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Old 12-01-2015, 12:05 PM   #1
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Throw out bearing chirp

Been chirping for a few months , it'll go out anyway now

And AM, is this a good clutch any experiences? Is too cheap like the price? Planning on having there until it goes outClick image for larger version

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Old 12-01-2015, 04:09 PM   #2
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Only have experience with SPEC & McLeod (Both Great)
I have the McLeod clutch(McLeod Street Pro). Same price range, highest quality out there. Was my dream to own one. Have it & love it. No shudder, just functions great quietly.
Research and see that McLeod is superior, and they supply the GT500, GT350, all the Mustang super cars.
I put mine on and it has a smooth soft pedal feel.
Here is a link to AM if you want to consider it. LINKS Under Each Picture-
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~I installed mine with replacing all the componants that get worn due to constant contact by rotation or rubbing and normal wear and tear. My fork was really worn down badly where it pivots and the counterweights. So I put new parts that were worn showing:
~Clutch Fork OEM
~T.O. bearing retainer tube
~Ford Throw out and pilot bearings
~Maximum Motorsports cable kit
~And a McLeod flywheel.
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Old 12-02-2015, 05:00 AM   #3
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Just because its chirping doesn't mean it's bad, just means you have a slight gap between it and the PP fingers. Adjust your clutch cable or if you don't have an adjustable cable/firewall adjuster get one. A properly pre-loaded TOB won't chirp.

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