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WHY EMAIL YOUR TECH QUESTIONS?

As the season gets going, our technical department will be busier than normal. Email is the most efficient way of getting answers to your questions. You are able to fully describe the problem or question you are encountering as well as attach any pictures of the product or install (VERY helpful to the technical staff). We, in turn, will be able to evaluate your situation thoughtfully, do any necessary research on our end, and get back to you in a timely manner with useful information. Please consider this method of technical contact! Email Tech Help

Instruction Sheets

Find instruction sheets and manuals for all of your RAM Clutches products.

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Hydraulic Troubleshooting

If you have a specific question or problem with a RAM hydraulic bearing, we require the information located on the 'Hydraulic bearing troubleshooting form' in order for us to assist with your question.

Hydraulic Bearing Troubleshooting Form

Email Tech Help

If you have a specific question about your application, email our Tech Help department. Questions are usually answered within 24 hours.

Email Tech Help

Frequently Asked Questions

Check our FAQs to see if the answer to your question is here.

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Video Tech

Watch our videos on how to install our most popular products.

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Return Form

If you need to return a product to RAM, complete this form and include with your shipment.

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Warranty Information

Everything you need to know about our warranty policies. Read this BEFORE sending any parts back to our factory.

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Clutch University

New to installing clutches? Our 10 chapter Clutch University teaches you everything you need to know about how clutches work and installation. 

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The Critical Difference

RAM Clutches are not like all of the other clutches out there. This 4 part series takes you through what makes RAM different, and why RAM is the right choice for your car.

Learn the Critical Difference