Your opinion on this new GM throw out bearing

Discussion in 'Transmission & Driveline Topics' started by Ihada70Z28B4, Dec 31, 2016.

  1. Ihada70Z28B4

    Ihada70Z28B4 Member

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    Just got this from Rockauto. Made in China of course, but it sure is off center. Otherwise,material quality seems good. I think QC must have been blind not to catch this. It's going back ASAP and I will try another one and see what they send.
     

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  2. badazz81z28

    badazz81z28 Veteran Member

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    Does it float around? If not I'd send it back
     
  3. 71RS/SS396

    71RS/SS396 Veteran Member

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    The bearing can be removed from the stem by hand, it just has rubber fingers on the inside diameter to hold it on.
     
  4. COPO

    COPO Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    I'm using 15680264 which is the old 908244 from GM.

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  5. Ihada70Z28B4

    Ihada70Z28B4 Member

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    Okay I goofed. I assumed the inner part was supposed to be fixed and centered in the outer part. But after reading 71 Rs post above I tried to move it to center with good results. However, I now have more questions than I started out with. First off the center part will definitely not come out as you said. And in reply to COPO, my Delco bearing looks the same but part number is not. I have an ST10 with 10.5" clutch and flywheel in the (677?) 11" bell. Everything worked ok except for noise and pedal pulsing when the clutch was pushed. I figured it was the cheap TOB I picked up at NAPA a few years back that in reality is probably made in the same factory as the Delco one.
     

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  6. Hey G

    Hey G Veteran Member

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    Did you get the springs on the clutch fork in the correct position.
    Good info on this site:
    https://www.novak-adapt.com/knowledge/clutches-etc/

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