Quarter Master 710100 Hydraulic Throwout Bearing for 7.25 Inch Clutch
1.425" Inside Diameter, 2.245" Compressed Length, 4.400" Outside Diameter
- Collapse height measures 2.245"
- The bleeder hole is threaded 5/16"-24
- O.D. measures 4.400" and I.D. measures 1.425"
- Bearing comes with enough fittings so that you could use a -3 AN or -4 AN supply line
- This floating hydraulic throw-out bearing is designed for 7.25" clutches using a flexplate and button clutch combination
This floating hydraulic throwout bearing is designed for 7.25" clutches using a flexplate and button clutch combination. Bearing comes with enough fittings so that you could use a -3 AN or -4 AN supply line.
- Bleed hose NOT included
- Bleeder hole is threaded 5/16"-24
- Collapsed height: 2.245"
- Outside diameter: 4.400"
- Inside diameter: 1.425"
Learn more about hydraulic release bearings and how to properly install them by reading our tech article. How to Install a Hydraulic Throwout Bearing.
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