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We distribute an extensive selection of CLARK FORKLIFT CLUTCH DISK parts for all makes and models. We ship directly from various warehouses located all over North America to provide the fastest shipping at the most affordable prices.

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 Clark Forklift Clutch Disk

The Clark Forklift Clutch Disk carries out the vital function of engaging and disengaging the flywheel when it requires to rotate at the same rate as the engine. It sets up the contact of a transmission between the flywheels and the engine. While there is an unexpected pause, it allows the engine to run constantly.


The clutch assembly is constituted of a few accessories: the clutch disk, pressure plate and friction disk. The whole system is stuck together strongly by heavy-duty springs, diaphragm and release fork.


The clutch assembly is attached to the transmission when the friction plates connect it to the turning wheels of the engine. When the forklift operator takes his feet off the pedal, the pressure plate gets pushed against clutch disk by the springs, which is by turn forced against the turning wheels. By this procedure, an active connection is established between the engine and the transmission input shaft, which maintains the same speed of the engine and the transmission shaft. The amount of the friction force between the turning wheel and the clutch disk determines the force that can be held by the clutch. The friction force in the clutch functions in the same manner as friction force in a braking system. The spring, which pushes the clutch instead of weight forcing the block into the ground in the braking system is the only difference between them.


Due to continuous operation, the Clark Forklift Clutch Disk can face different problems. The most common problem is wearing out of the friction elements of the clutch disk, which can cause the clutch to glide away after a certain time and hence stopping the transmission of power to the wheels. To keep up the proficiency, routine maintenance and regular checks need to be ensured.


Here in Solid Lift Parts Inc., with our highly qualified and trained forklift parts specialists, we assure you with the best quality and ensure every single part of different models of a forklift for our customers. We always keep our inventory packed with all the parts and update all the information on our website. For your cost effective business, we assure you with fast delivery & speedy shipping. So, here we welcome you to choose a Clark Forklift Clutch Disk of different models at a very affordable cost. So contact your parts specialist to choose the best & order us! You can always get them right in time.


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