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5-speed and 6-speed transmission kits deliver TREMEC racing and cruising
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bellhousings, clutch and other drivetrain components, shift handles and
How Does a Clutch Work on a Car? Answered
Get a DeWalt cordless 3/8-drive little miracle on
How Does a Clutch Work on a Car
How a Clutch Works on a Car
Bleeding a Clutch by Blocking the Slave Cylinder
Blocking a clutch slave cylinder allows the clutch master cylinder to
actually start flushing from the master cylinder down to bleed a clutch
hydraulic system. This can only work with external slave cylinders that can
safely and effectively be blocked.
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SEMA 2012 Hydraulic Conversion Kits
McLeod Racing Director of Operations Fred Taylor talks with Jessica Barton
at the 2012 SEMA show regarding the new Hydraulic Conversion kits McLeod
offers for the 1955-57 Chevy, 1964-68 Ford Mustang & the 1967-69 Chevy Camaro.
1979-2004 Mustang Clutch Hydraulic Conversion Kit.
Mcleod Racing has developed a new hydraulic conversion kit for the
1979-2004 Ford Mustangs
with cable linkage. This kit replaces your factory cable linkage with a new
hydraulic master cylinder and either a internal throw out bearing or
external slave cylinder that utilizes your factory fork and throw out
bearing. This video shows the benefits of this new kit along with how to
install and properly bleed the system for best results.
Trans & Clutch 2 - Seized Clutch Disc
If you've disconnect everything and can't get the transmission off, this is
what you do.
In this video I discover my clutch plate is seized to the input shaft and I
have no recourse but to remove it prior to dropping the transmission. It's
a weird process so I have to fabricate a tool. Once the transmission is
free I then proceed to separate the seized parts. There's an odd sense of
satisfaction watching a brand new expensive clutch getting cut to pieces.
The tools and process to do this is well detailed in the video. All tools
in this video can be purchased inexpensively from your local auto parts