Clutches, Pressure Plates & Flywheels

BigSkyBigSky Posts: 1,019Senior Contributor
I have a 9” in my 37 Hudson which is bad.  I am looking to change to a 10” setup.  Will all 10” items work or are there only specific years that will interchange?  What are the differences & please show pictures if you can.  I have a pressure plate & clutch disk but not sure if they can be used or what I’m looking for in a 10” flywheel.  Thanks 


  • GeoffGeoff Posts: 4,606Senior Contributor
    I  have a 1935 clutch in my Hornet, so yes,  any 10 inch unit will work. 
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  • Huddy42Huddy42 Posts: 1,234Senior Contributor
    Be Careful as there are several different flywheels make sure everything lines up with the pressure plate.
  • Old Fogey UKOld Fogey UK Posts: 983Expert Adviser
    I have a late model 10 inch clutch disc in my 1934 8 that works just fine. The Railton Owners Club advice is that you can use a 10 inch disc in any 1934 onwards car that took a 10 inch clutch.
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