JEGS 601124 Hydraulic Throwout Bearing is the perfect solution to convert a Small Block Chevy-equipped muscle car, hot rod, or race car to a hydraulic release bearing system. Making the switch will make installing the clutch and transmission easier, and it eliminates the need for factory clutch release linkages that typically bind and take up header/exhaust space. It also removes the need for adjustment, maintenance and helps improve the pedal feel.
- 3/4 in. bore master cylinder recommended
- Simple installation, replace one bolt on the front of the transmission with one of the two provided studs, then use provided shims for correct fitment
- Retainer to prevent seal damage and overextension
- Can fit behind thicker aftermarket clutch pressure plates
- CNC machined housing
- (10) 0.050 in. thick shims
- (2) Course thread retaining studs (5/16 in. -18 & 3/8 in. -16)
- Included bleeder screw for easy internal bellhousing bleeding
- Each fitting is tapped internally to accept the bleeder
- Inside diameter: 1.375 in.
- Outside diameter: 2.875 in.
- Travel: 0.680 in.
- Compressed Length: 1.710 in.
- Extended length: 2.390 in.
- Fitting size: -4 AN male
Important Notes: This JEGS throw-out bearing is designed for use with a stock clutch only! Do Not use this bearing with a racing clutch as catastrophic damage will occur. Use DOT 3 or equivalent non-silicone brake fluid.
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