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GM Short Manual Release Bearing

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GM Short Manual Release Bearing

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High performance manual clutch release bearing for most GM 3-speed and 4-speed manual transmissions. Replaces throwout bearing 614-01B-BCA.

  • Withstands high-spring pressure and high RPM operation
  • Heat-treated and blanchard-ground to ensure trueness
  • Ball bearing race packed with heat-resistant moly-based grease
  • Nylon liner and bearing retainer for cool, quiet operation
  • Overall Thickness (Length):  1.270"
  • Face Width:  2.725"
  • I.D.:  1.37"

Application

  • BUICK  1971-1980
  • CHEVROLET  1955-1981
  • CHEVROLET PICKUP  1961-1985
  • CORVETTE  1955-1988 
  • JEEP WAGONEER  1971
  • OLDSMOBILE  1964-1980
  • PONTIAC  1959-1980

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is the face towards the pressure plate flat or rounded? I need a rounded one.

Bumpy
Hampton GA
June 16, 2011

is the face towards the pressure plate flat or rounded? I need a rounded one.

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June 21, 2011
John
This GM short manual release bearing has the flat face and designed to work with the multi fingered diaphragm style pressure plate.
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How do i figure out which release bearing i need i heard there were several?

dbear
lincolnton
May 20, 2016

How do i figure out which release bearing i need i heard there were several?

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May 24, 2016
Ken
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There are several lengths of the mechanical style of release bearings. As a general rule, the "short" bearing is used with a diaphragm style of pressure plate and the "long" bearings are used with a 3-finger style of pressure plate. The geometry of the release lever dictates exactly which length of bearing is most suitable for a given clutch configuration.
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