McLeod 1434003 Hydraulic Clutch Coversion Kit. 1962-67 Chevy II
- Features a self-adjusting bearing
- Has a 3/4" master cylinder bore size
- Kit includes master cylinder and line
- Specifically designed for the 1962-67 Chevy II
- The hydraulic kit will allow the bearing to self adjust when the disc wears throughout it is life cycle
Ideal for cars that have aging mechanical linkage or need extra space due to a motor swap or other changes, a McLeod Direct Fit Hydraulic Kit is designed with the very best components for ease of install and great life. An additional benefit when installing this McLeod hydraulic kit is the self-adjusting bearing feature. No more adjusting the clutch every 4 – 6 months. The hydraulic kit will allow the bearing to self adjust when the disc wears throughout it is life cycle. Include Master Cylinder and Line. Hydraulic bearing Must Be Purchased Separatel
- Fits 1962-1967 Chevy II
- 3/4" master cylinder bore size
- Master cylinder included
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Q & A
Finally, Project Chevelle gets a real hot rod engine under its hood! And what about that flimsy old column shift three-speed? We've got that covered too.
Pat from the Speedway Tech Team talks about our LS flexplate options for mating 4.8, 5.3, and 6.0L LS engines to TH350, TH400, and 700R4 transmissions.
Tim talks about why using a new pedal assembly may be better for your project than the original pedal assembly.
This new steel bellhousing from Speedway Motors is made for everyone who wants to run three pedals without spending a fortune or relying on a crusty original.
There are a few things to consider before you select a replacement flexplate for your small-block Chevy engine. Speedway has some useful tips to follow that will help speed up the process.
One of the most challenging things about swapping transmissions can be figuring out the clutch linkage. Speedway can show you how to install the upgraded hydraulic throwout bearing with ease.
We finally get to drive Project Chevelle after the big engine swap, and it's pretty awesome. Rowing through the gears with our new Tremec 5-speed isn't bad either!