Re: Graphite or Roller Release Bearing?
Yep, I’m with you, Harry - graphite T/O bearings have always been fine in my builds. But as noted, it’s important also to have all the mechanical bits be sorted properly, so it’s good to change out the bushings and making sure the fulcrum pins are not excessively worn. Also be sure to check the arm for cracks - this isn’t usually a problem on B’s but I’ve seen it in TR’s a lot. I’d also ensure you’ve got the proper return spring on the slave (but not all installations use one).toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
The best ways to save a clutch pressure plate and throw-out bearing, which you probably already do, is to only put your foot on the clutch when you need to change gears, never hold the pedal down at lights and never rest your foot on the pedal whilst driving.
On Sep 29, 2020, at 11:05 AM, Harry Hurst <h.hurst@...> wrote: