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chomme
Dirt Full Roller

Total posts: 52
posted March 23, 2001 10:22 PM UIN: 1986763
Hi Everyone - I am setting up the new transmission and bellhousing for this year and need some help finding a slave cylinder. What GM vehicles had the hydraulic push type slave cylinders? I have the lakewood bellhousing and would like something that would bolt right to that. I tried a 95 chevy truck and it's a completely different design. S10's? Any other ideas? What are you all running?

Thanks,

Chad

owracer
Dirt Maniac

Total posts: 103
posted March 24, 2001 09:55 PM
What type of clutch are you using?

chomme
Dirt Full Roller

Total posts: 52
posted March 24, 2001 10:00 PM UIN: 1986763
Aftermarket...stock type. Uses a regular throwout bearing and heavy duty fork. I could go with a hydraulic throwout bearing, but would prefer to run the slave cylinder. I have a self aligning high dollar throwout bearing, and would like to use it...

BK19
Dirt Forum Racer

Total posts: 97
posted March 25, 2001 08:08 AM UIN: 40696038
i went to the hydraulic throwout for the stock clutch last year and i would never go any other way it is so sweet you dont have to worry about the very littlroom there is for a slave cyl.i crashed last year and would have never been able to move the car if i had a slave cyl.

chomme
Dirt Full Roller

Total posts: 52
posted March 26, 2001 09:24 PM UIN: 1986763
After some frustration, I decided to go with the Afco push type slave cylinder and run my regular heavy duty fork. The clutch came from 10,000rpm and they told me that I need a "round face bearing with at least 1/2 inch travel." They said Howe has a good one and to call them. So, I call Howe and they have two models...one is round face and has .375" travel, and the other has a different face and .750" travel. So, I called back 10,000rpm and they had no idea which one to use. So, I am going to run their throwout bearing with the Afco setup.

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