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dmf and smf use same clutch?

does the dual mass fly wheel use the same clutch disc and pressure plate when converted to single mass? this is for a 99 Super Duty with the zf6 trans.
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Re: dmf and smf use same clutch?

no DMF uses a clutch disc without dampening springs, because that is the function of the DMF. the solid flywheel uses a clutch disc with dampening springs in it.

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