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K10/K1500 SM465 clutch job.

Discussion in 'Manual Transmission & Clutch' started by Irishman999, Jan 26, 2012.

  1. Senck243

    Senck243 Member

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    Thanks for this write- up. Tackling my first clutch tomorrow and this will help a lot.


    Sent from hell
     
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    Because this thread just took a bump, I looked it over. I notice Imann's BellHousing is also a Hydro A833 ready dual pattern too.

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    Amazing write up! Have been following step-by-step and things are going smoothly.

    To anyone who has done this, did you have to loosen the motor mounts to tip the engine? My engine/TC are hanging free on the engine and the darn thing won't tip! Just thought I'd check before I started unbolting things. haha
     
  4. Irishman999

    Irishman999 Full Access Member

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    My motor mounts might have been worn out bad enough the engine just rocks back on its own. Try pulling the bolts that go through the motor mount, you should be okay doing that. Its not going to fall off the mounts and go anywhere.
     
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    Any pics of you changing the transmission gaskets that came in the set? Just curious
     
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    Good write up.
    I just overpowered my clutch going up a hill the other day.
    So it may be time for me to do this for my truck....
     
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    i just let my motor rock back never did anything with motor mounts
     
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    Awesome pics and details. Getting ready to do my clutch. Good reminders in ther. Have to do my rear main in the engine while at it. Thanks
     

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