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Hot!Celica 5 speed input shaft bearing housing to suit Ford thrust bearing.

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Paul Dunstan
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2020/02/21 23:59:45 (permalink)
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Celica 5 speed input shaft bearing housing to suit Ford thrust bearing.

Hi All
My steel case Toyota W50 gearbox had a modified input “snout” to suit the smaller ID of the Ford thrust bearing assembly. I had the opportunity to install an original One which better suits my installation (hydraulic clutch). If anyone is doing this conversion and needs this part then let me know. The 3rd image shows the unmodified OEM snout installed for reference. .
post edited by Paul Dunstan - 2020/02/22 00:03:04

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    Re: Celica 5 speed input shaft bearing housing to suit Ford thrust bearing. 2020/02/23 07:18:54 (permalink)
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    Hi Paul. I'll take it for my spare box. Save having another on modified. Be interested in seeing your hydraulic clutch setup though.

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    Re: Celica 5 speed input shaft bearing housing to suit Ford thrust bearing. 2020/02/23 14:07:19 (permalink)
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    I’m using the Tilton 4000 cylinder which is mounted inside the bellhousing. I really wanted to adapt an OEM item as I’m still not 100% sure the Tilton item has undergone the R&D to survive in a road car. However none suited my application.

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