Hydraulic Throwout Bearings with Master Cylinder
Mcleod 1300 Series Hydraulic Throw-Out Bearings Replace Your Oem Bearing Retainer With The Finest Hard Anodized Billet Aluminum. These High-Quality, Bolt-On Hydraulic Throw-Out Bearings Are Extremely Durable And Are Packaged With High-Pressure Stainless Steel Braided Lines And Premium Elbow Swivel Fittings, Making Their Install Much Easier. These Assemblies Are Available For Several Applications And May Be Used To Eliminate The Need To Fabricate Complex Clutch Linkage When Swapping Transmissions. Mcleod 1300 Series Hydraulic Throw-Out Bearings Offer Extreme Durability And Performance For Your Street Or Strip Machine.
Upgrade to a Modern Throwout Bearing for Your Manual Transmission
McLeod 1300-Series Hydraulic Throwout Bearings are high-quality replacements for factory bearing retainers, providing precision clutch actuation. They are designed for applications where the "A" dimension (bell housing rear surface to the top of the pressure plate release fingers) is less than 3 inches. Each throwout bearing features a hard-anodized billet aluminum body, elbow swivel fittings, and high-pressure stainless steel braided lines for strength and durability.
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