Quicker Engagement and Release with RAM Throwout Bearings
Ram's Hydraulic Throwout Bearings offer efficiency and flexibility when setting up the clutch release system on performance cars and trucks. These throwout bearings offer quicker release and engagement, increased travel, and adjustability. Bearing assemblies are available for universal applications, including Muncie, Saginaw, Borg Warner, and Tremec transmissions and have a floating design that requires a minimum of 3/4 in. master cylinder bore with -3 AN feed line to run from the master to the bearing. HD bearings also have larger O-rings and back-up rings for improved strength on street-driven vehicles.
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