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Old 05-21-2019, 10:14 PM
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I have had to repair my tremec, due to a broken 5th gear and reverse rail.While reinstalling the transmission, I noticed the throw out bearing and clutch arm needs to be replaced.I have a 351w block and a tko transmission and need part #s, for the parts mentioned .Also I have a quick time bell housing.Having a hard time finding the right parts.
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This might help you. FRPP lists a throwout bearing for 79 -'04 Mustangs. Here is the part number M-7548-A <= clickable.

The bellhousing manufacturers typically use clutch forks that duplicate the OEM offering. If a particular engine was available with a diaphragm style pressure plate and also a Long Style or Borg & Beck style plate they could use a different arm for the diaphragm pressure plate.

Here is a link to the Holley pages for Clutch Forks <= clickable. A quick visual comparison should tell you which one you need.


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Thank you but I could not get any info on the parts . They look the same just not sure if they would fit.
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Call and ask. Both FRPP and Holley are good about answering those kinds of questions.

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Thank you for your help Mr. Eschaider. I really do appreciate you taking your time and trying to help me.I called summit and they were able to get me the parts in one day to my door .
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Got it together this afternoon and even made it to a local car show. What a huge improvement. Even before my trany broke, it never worked so good, as it does now. Installed new throwout bearing and clutch fork. Clutch pressure seems to be a lot easier now . filled trany with syncromesh fluid from pennzoil and it shifts great up or down.
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