HI, Iam working on a racing project and need to use a hyd clutch slave throw out set up. I have one for a 1.125 input shaft but need one for a 1.375 input shaft. Local parts house cant help. Thanks for any help you can give, Scott
Curious? What did the 1.375 input shaft have?
It must ride on a 'snout'= do you have enough
meat on the snout to turn it down to 1.125 thats
only about .250. Has to have a snout (what I call
it) that throwout bear. rides on and hold input
Sam, 1.375 10 spline has been around since the Model A and maybe before that in other brands. Iam putting a racing planetary transmission in a Dodge Viper for a guy. Throw out bearings have always been on a collar for many years. But going with a hyd setup is just a few hoses that fit into tight places. Ford and many others have gone this way for years. But I can only find them for the smaller shafts. There must be something out there that uses a larger one. Thanks, Scott
Scott, try these out...
http://www.summitracing.com/search/part-type/throwout-bearings/throwout-bearing- style/hydraulic/bearing-retainer-diameter/1-375-in?N=4294924698%2B4294880800%2B4 294873223&SortBy=Default&SortOrder=Ascending
I have a 2000 F250 diesel with a ZF 6 spd manual. It has a hydraulic clutch
Hi Chad, Ok you hit the nail on the head. I tried to find a kit on the web but must have asked for the wrong thing. This will do what I want. Thanks again to Chad and everyone who pitched in and gave it some thought, Scott
Check with speedway motors they have a number of hydraulic clutch kits. I purchased one for my 1928 sprint car restoration and it worked out perfectly. They are available in different bore sizes depending on how much pressure you need. Also available in either pendent type or floor mounted styles.