This clutch cover is the most common. It is used in light and heavy vehicles. The diaphragm must be pushed to raise the pressure plate and release the disc.
In this type of presses the diaphragm spring must be pulled to perform the decoupling.
This clutch cover features a longer lifespan, lessens increases in pedal effort caused by wear and tear, and is primarily equipped in taxis and commercial vehicles.
A clutch cover made for large-sized vehicles, which is structured to disengage the clutch through use of a push lever.
Like its small-sized variant, this clutch cover disengages the clutch using a pulling motion instead of a pushing one.
This automotive part, which is sandwiched between the clutch cover and the flywheel, is directly responsible for transmitting power from the engine to the transmission, and is able to reduce vibrations in the drivetrain due to its excellent friction materials and damper mechanism.
Designed to handle engines with high RPMs, such as direct injection and diesel engines. It is equipped with high performance dampers that excel in attenuating vibrations.
A clutch disc that is able to reduce gear rattle caused by the vehicle when the driver is idling or changing speeds.
Like its small-sized counterpart, this unity disc, was made for use in large-sized vehicles, reduces vibrations in the drivetrain due to its excellent friction materials and damper mechanism.
This disc is able to absorb noise and vibration in the powertrain for a quieter handling experience.
This model combines both organic and metallic friction to increase the durability of the clutch disc.