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#1213576 - Mon Apr 17 2017 04:23 PM Re: Clutch issues and questions [Re: Baronobeefdip]
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Originally Posted By Baronobeefdip
. . . IF the wrong throw-out bearing was installed, what is the correct bearing #?

There were 2 lengths for throwout (release) bearing for stovebolt 6 drive-trains, depending on the "dome height" of your pressure plate.

approximate lengths:
1 1/4 inch
1 7/8 inch

What is the length of your release bearing?
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#1213717 - Tue Apr 18 2017 06:56 PM Re: Clutch issues and questions [Re: Baronobeefdip]
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1 3/4 inch, part# bg 614037 is what's in/on it now. I'm guessing the 1 7/8 inch bearing would be the correct one?


Edited by Baronobeefdip (Tue Apr 18 2017 07:03 PM)
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#1213918 - Wed Apr 19 2017 10:57 PM Re: Clutch issues and questions [Re: Baronobeefdip]
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I went to check things out on my truck, and like Cosmo said, oil doesn't seem to be an issue with the clutch. The most oil I saw anywhere is in that picture showing the back of the oil pan. It seems now, that the pressure plate is going bad, like Wrenchbender said.

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#1213941 - Thu Apr 20 2017 05:35 AM Re: Clutch issues and questions [Re: Baronobeefdip]
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Three finger or diaphragm?
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#1214007 - Thu Apr 20 2017 03:09 PM Re: Clutch issues and questions [Re: Baronobeefdip]
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