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How to determine your "A" dimension using Hydraulic Bearing. TR-6060/T-45/TR-3650/MT-82. Also fits Transmission With Integrated Bellhousing.
This chart is to help determine what series hydraulic bearing you need. Before you begin your measurement please make sure to have your entire clutch assembly installed on the back of the motor and torqued down to the factory specifications, this includes Flywheel, Disc,Pressure Plate,Block Plate (if used) and Bellhousing. 
McLeod RST and RXT Adapter Ring Diagrams Make Installation Easier

Street legal performance cars today are more powerful than ever before. It would seem that while a decade ago 500 hp made you the big dog in your hometown, today it’s just the starting point.

Many of those that are making these insane power levels are also still rowing their own gears. If you’re rowing those gears, and you’re not driving what would be considered a full-on race car, then you’re probably running something heavy duty in the clutch department.

 

How to Bleed your McLeod Hydraulic Bearing.
This tech article is for bleeding your 1300 Series or 1400 Series McLeod Racing Hydraulic Bearing only! If your using a OEM GM/Ford/Mopar bearing refer to the shop service manual of the specific manufacturer you are using.

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