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JEGS Performance Products 601025 - JEGS GM Clutch Pivot Ball Brackets with Ball



JEGS Performance Products 601025 - JEGS GM Clutch Pivot Ball Brackets with Ball

JEGS Part Number: 555-601025

GM Clutch Pivot Ball Bracket
  • Corvette (Long Style)
  • Made in the USA
  • $59.99
    $49.99
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    JEGS Performance Products 601025 - JEGS GM Clutch Pivot Ball Brackets with Ball Details

    • Heavy duty 3/16" stainless construction
    • Provides for correct mounting and alignment of the Z bar
    • Clutch pivot ball included
    • Recommended for installation on stock bell housing (some alteration may be necessary for installation onto non-stock bell housings)

    JEGS heavy duty stainless steel clutch pivot ball brackets with ball will allow you to install a clutch pivot ball on Gen V and VI Chevrolet Big Block engines without having to locate, drill and tap into the block. Recommended for installation on a stock bell housing (some alteration may be necessary for installation onto non-stock bell housings). Includes pivot ball.

    601025 - JEGS GM Clutch Pivot Ball Brackets with Ball is rated 2.0 out of 5 by 1.
    • 2016-06-26T10:17CST
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    Rated 2 out of 5 by from Great Stainless Steel item. Fitting a Mark-5 engine in my 1966 Corvette chassis. Unfortunately I did not opt for hydraulic clutch actuation and didn't find out about the lack of a drilled 1/2 inch mounting hole until after installation. I had to modify the JEGS bracket with cutting the steel bell housing for a fit and then having to modify the JEGS bracket to get a smooth as possible angularity for the clutch pivot tube interface from the chassis to the block. The upper ball mounting hole had to be removed to prevent contact with the block. I had to move back 5/8 of an inch from where the upper hole was and down about 1/8 inch. This cured the block contact and gave me not the best, but the best possible angle for the clutch pivot tube and ball interface without impacting the stock clutch adjustment threads. I was a bit intimidated when I had to come to face with chopping on a beautiful and a bit expensive bracket with a possible end result of pricey scrap.
    Date published: 2016-04-19
    • 2016-06-26T10:17CST
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    • cp_1, bvpage1
    • co_hasreviews, tv_0, tr_1
    • loc_en_US, sid_10001_10001_1766343, PRD, sort_relevancy
    • clientName_jegs