Ram Clutches 78100 Round Chevy Ram Hydraulic Throwout Bearing
Chevy Small Block V8, 1.375" Inside Diameter, 2.185" Extended Length, 0.50" Travel, Steel
- Designed to be used with RAM or other multiple disc clutches
- Easily mounts to the front of the transmission using the provided bolts
- Bearings offer .500" of total travel
- Inside diameter measures 1.375" and extended length is 2.185"
- Will fit a standard Saginaw or Muncie transmission
RAM hydraulic release bearings are designed to be used with RAM or other multiple disc clutches. The bearing base mounts to the front of the transmission using the provided bolts. RAM hydraulic bearings require a 3/4 or 7/8 inch master cylinder and the -4 AN connection line. .500" total travel. All parts necessary for rebuild are available from RAM.
Bearing ID 1.357 Throw out bearing OD 2.50 Stroke .460 Over all height 2.013 This fits a standard Saginaw or Muncie transmission.
Terms and Policy (PDF)
Use Round Face with diaphragm type clutches. Use Flat Face with finger type clutches.
Learn more about hydraulic release bearings and how to properly install them by reading our tech article. How to Install a Hydraulic Throwout Bearing.
CAUTION: Please follow all installation instructions regarding installation and setup. Incorrect setup height will cause undue stress on the o-rings from being over travelled and may lead to a leak in the system. ONLY use Teflon tape to install the fittings or fluid leakage will occur. Please see videos for complete setup information.
STREET DUAL DISC, HYDRAULICS, FLYWHEELS, MULTI-DISC CIRCLE TRACK
The above referenced units are strictly factory warranty only.
Units are not to be returned for warranty consideration to Speedway Motors.
EACH OF THESE UNITS ARE TAGGED WITH A FACTORY WARRANTY TAG/LABEL TO CONTACT RAM DIRECTLY FOR WARRANTY REPLACEMENT CONSIDERATION.
Warranty return must be processed with Ram directly and not Speedway Motors.
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