Speedway Hydraulic Clutch Release Bearing Set-Up Tool
Universal Fit, 7.5" Overall Length, 7" Overall Width, .375" Overall Thickness, Steel
- Make hydraulic release bearing set-up easy
- Hold the tool up to the bellhousing and push the rod in until it touches the pressure plate fingers
- Then turn the tool around and place up to transmission and you can check your clearance
- Durable heavy steel construction
Another Speedway exclusive -- makes hydraulic release bearing set-up as easy as 1-2-3. We all know what a pain it is to set the clearance on a hydraulic release bearing. With this handy little tool you will take the guess work and drudgery out of it.
Simply hold the tool up to the bellhousing and push the rod in until it touches the pressure plate fingers. Then turn the tool around and place it up to the transmission, and you can check your clearance.
Made of heavy steel construction with a black oxide finish, so this tool won't wear out or break. Numbers are laser etched.
-Does NOT fit T56 transmissions, as the width of the tool is not wide enough.
Learn how to properly use this tool by reading our tech article How to Install a Hydraulic Throwout Bearing.
- Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
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