- Fits 1994-1995 V8 applications
- Replacement T-5 bearing retainer with steel throw-out bearing sleeve
- Fits production and Ford Racing T-5 transmissions
Smoother clutch engagement can be yours with one of these Ford Racing T-5 bearing retainers. The steel bearing sleeve and aluminum mounting flange reduce flex for more consistent engagement.
- Replacement T-5 Bearing Retainer w/Steel Throw-Out Sleeve
- Length From Trans. Face To End of Sleeve 5.160 in.
Upgraded Mustang Throw Out Bearing RetainerFord Racing Bearing Retainers are designed to replace the original all aluminum retainers used on the factory T-5 transmissions. The Ford Racing retainer uses a steel sleeve instead of the factory aluminum part. The steel throw-out bearing on the aluminum sleeve would cause galling of the bearing on the sleeve. The galling would cause premature clutch, transmission and bearing wear along with causing a transmission to be difficult to shift. If the transmission is out or has to come out 4 bolts is all you need to work with to improve the drivability and life expectancy of your clutch and transmission. Features
Can you tell me the outside dimension of the base? Not the overall diameter, but the aluminum ring where the black steel tube attaches to the base. Thanks.
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