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Old 19-09-2016, 08:28   #1
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Clutches vs cones - which last longer?

ZF claims their clutches can last as little as 1200 hours if they are subject to frequent movement in and out of gear. Twindisc uses cones but I don't have similar data.

What has been your experience in needing to repair ZF and Twindisc transmissions? Does one technology have any inherent advantage or disadvantage?
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