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Old 03-24-2013, 01:26 AM   #1
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Any one know any vids that show me how to replace throw out bearing 01 gt
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You have to drop the whole transmission to replace it.
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Yea drop pypes, starter, driveshaft and other parts
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Old 03-24-2013, 03:06 PM   #5
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Yeah unfortunately they aren't easy. Is it squealing?
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If it squeals and stops when you push the clutch, it's more than likely the TOB, otherwise it's something else.
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It squeals and than when I push the clutch the noise is gone
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How new is the throw-out bearing?
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Idk never replaced it
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It squeals and than when I push the clutch the noise is gone
Definitely TOB. Mine went out at 110k. Make sure you buy a Ford Racing bearing set (TOB and pilot bearing) because everything else out there is garbage.
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How new is the throw-out bearing?
I have a relatively new TOB that does the exact same thing
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Old 03-24-2013, 03:19 PM   #12
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Try the free-play mod.
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How much do mechanic shops usually charge to replace the tob pilot and clutch might as well replace clutch while in there
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It ran me about $500 or $600 if I remember correctly.
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You can do it you'reself and save you'reself a few hundred bucks!
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How hard is it really to do

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I wish there was a vid of how to do it
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Not that hard, makes it a breeze if you have power tools. Took me and my friend about 1 hour to get everything off. Then another hour and a half to get the clutch in and everything back on. So a total of like 2 hours and a half.
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I have tools and jack stands can I do it with just that like no special tools
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It will be very hard and when putting the clutch back in you will need to torque the plate and clutch to certain lbs. extensions will be needed also and an extra set of hands
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It will be very hard and when putting the clutch back in you will need to torque the plate and clutch to certain lbs. extensions will be needed also and an extra set of hands
+1 took me about 5 hours by myself with basic hand tools.
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You will also need to raise up that car as high as you can and have at least 4 jack stands and 2 jacks. You need room to work under there and drop the tranny.
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Found torque wrench 4 jack stands basic tools two jacks and three buddies o and cold cooler of bud haha does that sound like a pretty decent weekend coming up lol thanks a bunch u guys ill drink one for yal if I run into some sh** ill hit u guys up wish me luck next weekend
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Yea absolutely! I had a thread when I replaced my clutch in the svt section you can check that out too
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Found torque wrench 4 jack stands basic tools two jacks and three buddies o and cold cooler of bud haha does that sound like a pretty decent weekend coming up lol thanks a bunch u guys ill drink one for yal if I run into some sh** ill hit u guys up wish me luck next weekend

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And Nate98stang has a thread on his clutch replacement as well
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