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Moroso 41100

Moroso Roller Pilot Bearing Dimensions: 1.093" O.D. x .591" I.D. x .72" Depth

710-41100

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Moroso Roller Pilot Bearing Dimensions: 1.093" O.D. x .591" I.D. x .72" Depth $21.99
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Roller Pilot Bearing
  • Dimensions: 1.093" O.D. x .591" I.D. x .72" Depth
  • Specifications:

    Pilot Bushing Material
    Steel
    Pilot Bushing Type
    Roller
    Quantity
    Sold individually
    Manufacturer's Part Number:
    41100

    Moroso's high speed roller pilot bearing is designed as a direct replacement in all Chevy V8, 90° V6, and 76-up V6 Buick, with no modifications to the crank or input shaft. It eliminates premature bearing failure and ensures clean clutch release by maintaining true alignment of clutch disc to flywheel. Packed with high temperature grease for proper lubrication under extreme high heat conditions, it is suitable for drag racing, oval track/road race and street.

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