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Tenaci Hydraulic Clutch Release Bearing

  • 1 996 kr
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Artikelnummer: t00009281

Tenaci  Hydraulic Clutch Bearing for Tenaci, Tilton, ACE Racing, Quartermaster Ap clutches.

Choose below which size clutch you use.

Bleeder threads: 3/8-24

Hoses can be added as an option as well as an adapter plate for ZF-transmission

Depending on installation there are two different bearing heights to choose from.

There are 3 different bearing sizes to choose from. Choose which size clutch you have below
1. 184/200 mm
This option fits all 184/200 mm clutches including Tenaci as well as other manufacturers.

2. 240 mm (only Tenaci clutches)
This bearing fits only the 240 mm Tenaci clutches.

3. 215-240 mm (not Tenaci clutches)
This bearing can be used for clutches from other manufacturers with sizes from 215-240 mm.

Write in the checkout what you have below:

Fits Tenaci, Tilton, ACE Racing, Quartermaster and Sachs clutches.

Fits 101 and a range of different American transmissions. CC is 102mm But measure to make sure it fits. 

(Can be used for ZF-transmission if you remove the socket which the bearing slides on.  )

Make sure that you use the correct clutch cylinder so the release bearing doesn’t get overfilled. This could lead to oil leaking on the rubber rings which would wear out the bearing. You could use 0,65″ but 0,75″ is recommended with pedal-stop. Or OEM-cylinder with pedalstop.

Also make sure that there is at least a 3 mm gap between the pressure plate and the bearing. When the discs wears out the gap is neccesery so that the clutch doesnt burn up.

A positive clutch pedal stop must be used to prevent over-stroking the

hydraulic release bearing piston and the clutch. For access reasons, in many cars

it is not easy to determine how far the master cylinder is being stroked.

The method listed below provides a very effective method for adjusting the

pedal stop:

1. Lift the drive wheels off the ground and support the car on jack stands.

2. With the engine off, place the gearbox in first gear and have someone attempt to rotate the drive wheels.

3. Depress the clutch pedal slowly until the clutch disengages and the drive wheels can be rotated.

4. Adjust pedal stop to allow another 1/4″ of pedal travel. This should provide

clean release of the clutch. Do not stroke the pedal any further than this

point throughout this procedure, otherwise you will over-stroke the clutch.

It is also recommended to install a bleeder outside of the bellhousing for bleeding out airbubbles.