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Old 03-19-2013, 04:29 PM   #1
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01 gt trans question

When im idle I hear something squeaking so I push the clutch down and the noise is gone is it my TOB or could be something else ??
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TOB, almost guaranteed. I had the exact same issue.
Here's my old TOB rattle; my pilot bearing was trashed and I had a dry shift fork as well.
Might as well replace all of those, the clutch, and resurface the fly while you're in there.
http://youtu.be/E-9MzV8lpxU
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Yes, it is the TOB. Use a OEM when replacing.
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I happen to have an extra Ford Racing TOB bearing in box.
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Thanks nice stang by the sounds pretty deep
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Thanks nice stang by the sounds pretty deep
Glad to help! It sounds totally different now; I removed two of the cats and swapped my X for an H.
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I have bbk heads and flows super 10 mine sounds really aggressive I love it just that damn TOB lol makes it sound horrible I recommend the super tens though there bad a**'s haha
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Yes, it is the TOB. Use a OEM when replacing.
Actually don't, go with Ford Racing TOB and Pilot bearings.

Ford Racing Performance Mustang Throwout Bearing (79-04 V8)

Ford Racing Roller Pilot Bearing (96-10 4.6L)

They are better than anyone elses.
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Actually don't, go with Ford Racing TOB and Pilot bearings.

Ford Racing Performance Mustang Throwout Bearing (79-04 V8)

Ford Racing Roller Pilot Bearing (96-10 4.6L)

They are better than anyone elses.
Absolutely!
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Actually don't, go with Ford Racing TOB and Pilot bearings.

Ford Racing Performance Mustang Throwout Bearing (79-04 V8)

Ford Racing Roller Pilot Bearing (96-10 4.6L)

They are better than anyone elses.
+100 I wouldn't trust anything except for racing for TOB
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Is this some thing I can do my self or do I need a mechanic??
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Is this some thing I can do my self or do I need a mechanic??
Depends on your mechanical skill really. It's not SUPER hard, but it's definitely not easy.
The hardest part for me was getting my tranny back in.
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