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Ram Clutches 498 Manual Release Bearing for GM Transmission, Dual Disc

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MFG. Part #:
498
Inside Diameter:
1.37
Outside Diameter:
2.50
Compressed Length:
2.50
Ram Clutches 498 Manual Release Bearing for GM Transmission, Dual Disc

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High performance manual clutch release bearing for most GM 3-speed and 4-speed manual transmissions. When you switch from a stock clutch to a racing clutch, you may need a longer release bearing like this one. These are 2-1/2" in overall length,  have a 1.370" I.D. for GM-based transmissions, and have a rounded bearing face.

  • 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
  • Bearing Face:  Rounded
  • Overall Thickness (Length):  2.500"
  • Face Width:  2.725"
  • I.D.:  1.37"

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If I use rear motor mounts in-between the bell-housing and block will this be the Release Bearing I need??

Beezer
Warwick, RI
August 25, 2011

If I use rear motor mounts in-between the bell-housing and block will this be the Release Bearing I need??

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August 26, 2011
Mike
This bearing has a round face so it will only work with a mini clutch say a 5.5, 6.25, or 7 ¼”. If your using a stock style clutch you have to use a flat face bearing. You can mount the brackets between the bell housing and block but you could also mount them on the outside of bell housing.
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