McLeod 14-302 Hydraulic Throwout Bearing, T-56 Trans, 26 Spline
T56, 1.125" Inside Diameter
- Features an anodized billet aluminum housing
- Has a 1.20" I.D. sleeve and a 4.680" collar O.D.
- It includes high pressure stainless steel braided lines
- These throw-out bearings are intended for GM T-56 transmissions
- Can be used to eliminate the need to fabricate complex clutch linkage when swapping transmissions
McLeod 1400 series hydraulic throwout bearings are intended for GM T-56 transmissions. These bearings are feature a anodized billet aluminum housing, quality elbow swivel fittings and high pressure stainless steel braided lines. These high quality components make the Mcleod bolt on hydraulic throw out bearing extremely durable, and the best in the market today! These assemblies may be used to eliminate the need to fabricate complex clutch linkage when swapping transmissions.
- 1.20" I.D sleeve
- 4.680" collar O.D
- For T-56 transmissions
- T/O bearing I.D 1.44"
- T/O bearing thickness 1.66"
- AN4 Hose length from inside fitting to inside fitting 11.5"
- Sold each
- Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
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