Clutch Repair

Clutch Repair Pros You Can Count On

Big Rig Fixer has the expertise and experience to solve your clutch repair needs. Our team will work diligently to provide you with the highest quality service, so your truck can get back on the road quickly and safely.

Clutch Repair
Clutch Repair

Clutch Repair Services

We understand that clutch repair can be stressful and expensive, so we strive to make it as easy and affordable as possible. Our technicians are highly trained and knowledgeable in all aspects of clutch repair, from diagnosis to installation. We use only the best parts and equipment to ensure your truck runs at its peak performance.

Choose Big Rig Fixer to Service Your Clutch

At Big Rig Fixer, we are committed to providing you with the best clutch repair services. Our team of experienced technicians will diagnose any issues quickly and accurately using cutting-edge technology and tools. In addition, we use only the highest quality parts and materials for all our repairs, so you can be sure that your truck is running at its best.
We understand how important it is to have your truck running in top condition. That's why we offer competitive pricing on all our services, so you don't have to worry about breaking the bank. We'll work hard to get your truck back on the road as soon as possible without sacrificing quality or safety.

We promise to treat our clients and business partners with integrity and honesty. Why? When they succeed, everyone wins because it's like a family connection. We take great pride in being a driving force in the trucking world, and we can't wait to demonstrate why so many people depend on Big Rig Fixer for their clutch repair needs.

Clutch Repair FAQ

How often should I replace my truck's clutch?

The frequency of clutch replacement depends on several factors, such as the type of vehicle, driving habits, and terrain driven over. Still, replacing heavy-duty clutches every 150-200 thousand miles is typically the rule of thumb for good preventative maintenance. We recommended that trucks used for heavy-duty applications such as hauling should have their clutches checked more frequently than those used for light-duty applications. It's also important to note that if there are signs of slippage or grinding noises, it may be time for a replacement since these symptoms could indicate significant wear/damage.

What causes clutch failure?

The most common causes of clutch failure are wear-and-tear due to regular use, improper installation or maintenance, and excessive heat. Wear can cause the friction material on the clutch disc to become worn down over time, leading to a decrease in performance. Improper installation or maintenance can also lead to premature clutch failure, as these practices need to allow for proper lubrication of components. Finally, excessive heat from high RPMs (revolutions per minute) can cause the friction material on the clutch disc to become too hot, resulting in slippage or complete failure.

Is it worth fixing a clutch?

In most cases, it's worth fixing a truck's clutch. Clutch repair can be costly, but it may be the only way to ensure your rig runs appropriately and safely. If you're experiencing any issues with your clutch systems, such as slippage or grinding noises, a professional mechanic should check it out as soon as possible. They'll be able to diagnose the issue and recommend the best course of action for repair or replacement.

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