According to the factory service manual, the average clutch clearance is supposed to be between 0.039” and 0.059”. I would assume that clearance would dictate how quick and/or hard the clutch engages.The funny thing with these rams is some of the t cases lock up right away without even a tire spin, it's rare as hell but there are a few. For the most of us the tires spin a few revolutions before it locks up and by the time it's locked were usually spun out and stuck, dodge screwed these things up. I never noticex issues with mine till I had trailers on the back trying to bash through snow drifts or when I was cutting trail in deep snow, the more extreme stuff. I'd always get the overheat warning and be a sitting duck locked out of 4x4 in the middle of nowhere waiting for it to cool so I could make it another 10 feet and have to wait again. I take my truck places most people wouldn't and this is how I came to find out about the t cases and then design a switch that locks them 100% positively. Honestly with daily driving and Alittle poo on the road you'd never even know you had the issue.
I only have only driven my truck so I can’t make a comparison, but based on your comment, I’d say mine is one of the “tighter” ones. It picks up really quick and sometimes get a little bit of binding when making a sharp turn.
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