Throwout Bearings w/Master Cylinder
Mcleod Hydraulic Bearings Are Made Of The Finest Hard Anodized Billet Aluminum. We Build Our Hydraulic Bearings With Swivel Fittings, Stainless Steel Lines And A Bleeder For Easier Installation.
McLeod Slip-On Hydraulic Throwout Bearings are designed to withstand the high spring pressure and high RPM operation common to racing clutches. Heat-treated bearing faces are blanchard ground to ensure trueness; heat-treated collars are machined to close tolerances for secure bearing fork attachment. Ball bearing races are packed with heat-resistant grease for better lubrication and longer life. A nylon liner and bearing retainer offer cooler, quieter operation.
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