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Release BearingYour vehicleís clutch is a critical component: it is responsible for shifting gears so that you are able to travel at different speeds and under different conditions. If your clutch is in trouble, youíre likely to find that your car is in rough shape: a questionable clutch can lead to rough functioning through and through. One key component in the health of your clutch is the release bearing, which is a ball bearing and collar assembly that is responsible for reducing friction between the release fork and the pressure plate levers. This component, which is also known as the throw-out bearing, slides on a hub that extends from the front of the transaxle or manual transmission, allowing for fork movement in more than one direction. Along with other key clutch components such as the pressure plate, the gears, and the flywheel, this component helps your car run smoothly under a variety of different conditions. If youíre having trouble with your carís operation, then, it may be time for some new components. You can find great prices and a wide selection at PartsGeek.com, the internetís auto parts capital.

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A car's Exedy Release Bearing is a specialized bearing that is used in the vehicle's clutch.


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Exedy Release Bearing
A car is really only as good as the parts it uses, such as the Exedy release bearing. Your vehicle is special due to its excellent performance and terrific style, so to keep it going in top condition you'll need the best in quality parts and accessories. Successful automobile manufacturers grasp the vital importance of satisfying performance. If you purchased your high-performance vehicle for its high-end power and performance, back up your decision by buying high quality new parts and accessories. In the case that your clutch assembly needs to be replaced you should probably change your release bearing at the same time. Your vehicle's release bearing is a type of ball bearing with a specialized purpose that can be found in your vehicle's clutch. In the automobile, a release bearing moderates abrasion between the release fork and the pressure plate levers. A vehicle's release bearing is a discrete component, which is packed in grease.


If your vehicle's clutch assembly needs to be replaced you should replace the vehicle's Sachs Release Bearing simultaneously.


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Sachs Release Bearing
Shop at www.partsgeek.com every time you desire top quality automotive parts like the Sachs release bearing. Your car or truck has a place in your heart because of its excellent performance and great style, so to keep it purring along in top form you'll need the best in replacement parts. Great power and road performance are derived from top-notch parts and accessories. Better driving is easier with factory authorized equipment engineered to function with the fuel system as well as steering components. In a vehicle, a release bearing decreases abrasion between various parts of the transmission that come contact. A car's release bearing is a sealed component, which is packed in lubricant. Your vehicle's release bearing is a specialized bearing that can be found in the clutch and transmission assembly. If the clutch components need to be replaced it's a good idea to replace the release bearing simultaneously.


Release Bearing

When teaching students how to drive a manual transmission vehicle, driving instructors will often give the advice not to "ride the clutch". This means to avoid pressing the clutch pedal down partially while you're driving. When you ride the clutch it can cause premature wear on the parts that make up the clutch system, which include the pressure plate, flywheel and release bearing. The release bearing is also known as the throw-out bearing. It's activated when the clutch pedal is depressed. If your vehicle's release bearing needs to be replaced, you can shop for the right replacement part at PartsGeek.com

PartsGeek.com has a large catalog of clutch bearings to choose from. We offer a variety of leading brand names in release bearings, including Sachs, National, Centerforce, Exedy, Genuine, PartsMaster, NSK, Timken, SKF, ACT and Domestic Aftermarket. Our convenient 30-day return policy gives you the time you need to determine whether you've got just the right part. If it's not right, send it back.

What is a release bearing?

A release bearing, also known as a clutch bearing, is the central component of the clutch system in a manual transmission vehicle. When you press the clutch pedal, the clutch bearing is activated and it moves towards the flywheel and pushes down on the pressure plate levers to disengage the clutch and allow for shifting gears.

How much are clutch bearings?

Many replacement clutch bearings cost an average of $35 to $50. However, the price can be higher or lower depending on your vehicle's make, model and year, as well as the brand you choose for your replacement release bearing. You can find an exact price by putting your vehicle's specifications into the search engine on PartsGeek.com, which will connect you to just the right replacement release bearing for your vehicle.

How can I tell if the release bearing needs to be replaced?

One of the most common signs that a release bearing is failing is if you hear a chirping sound when you press the clutch pedal. A whirring, grinding or rattling noise when the clutch pedal is engaged, that subsides when it is released, could also indicate that this part needs to be changed out. It's best to look into replacing the clutch bearing as soon as you begin hearing noises, because the longer you wait, the worse the problem can become. A release bearing that's worn out and left to continue in the clutch system can eventually cause problems in shifting gears and ultimately result in a failed clutch system.


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It seems to be a very old product. It installed very easy in my 01 ranger. The price was almost $20 less than local parts dealers for the same part

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