Hydraulic release bearing on a H55f (1 Viewer)

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Here’s a new one


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Interesting. What motor you running in front of that?
 

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Interesting. What motor you running in front of that?

This is going behind a 6.0

I am probably going to try one of these behind the 2F in my 40 for fun though
 

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I remember these being available years ago for certain Mopar and GM muscle car transmissions. Unfortunately those ones were notorious for developing leaks. What specific application does your bearing apply to? Very curious to see what results you end up with in the long term. My OEM setup is still only a couple years old and very smooth (plus I'm careful to maintain it) with the only "upgrade" being a stainless steel braided hose, but it'd be nice if you've just figured out an option for those doing clutch work in the future who end up doing bearings as well.
 

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Why did you do that?

Slave cylinder/exhaust manifold clearance. Also I prefer the pedal feel/effort of these.

Also I knew it would drive Cruiser people bananas
 
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Slave cylinder/exhaust manifold clearance. Also I prefer the pedal feel/effort of these.

Also I knew it would drive Cruiser people bananas
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I would pay extra NOT to have a concentric slave cylinder, based on my experience and that of others. Yes - I've gone bananas. I hope it works well for you, however!
 

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