bentwrench New Reader
12/2/13 9:57 p.m.

What should I look for an internal Hydraulic TO bearing to fit my Toyota W58 5 speed?

35mm sleeve

Knurled PowerDork
12/2/13 11:32 p.m.

I wonder if a throwout from a AX15-equipped Jeep would work.

I salvaged such a throwout bearing from the "new part but too old to send back for return credit" dumpster pile from a job I had 15 years ago. I have absolutely no idea where it is, but I know I have one. Want me to try to hunt it down to take measurements/pics?

bentwrench New Reader
12/3/13 6:59 a.m.

If it is not too much trouble. These are mostly special order items at the stores here, so it's difficult to touch and feel different options.

My buddy had a stash of Ford stuff I was going to try but when I went over there he had cleaned up the wreckage.

Note - I am looking for an internal hydraulic TO assy that has a 35mm ID.

Toyman01 GRM+ Memberand UltimaDork
12/3/13 7:12 a.m.

I've got one for a Thunderbird SC on the shelf. I'll try to remember to measure it when I get home.

bentwrench New Reader
12/3/13 9:46 p.m.

With no disc in the clutch I have 1 7/8" from the fingers to the shoulder on the snout.

Seems kinda short for a hydraulic release.

I may have to use a fork.

Too cold to go back out there and see how much the fingers move back with a disc in it.

Kenny_McCormic UltraDork
12/3/13 9:53 p.m.

Check Summit, they sell universal ones in all sorts of sizes IIRC.

bentwrench New Reader
12/3/13 10:27 p.m.
Kenny_McCormic wrote: Check Summit, they sell universal ones in all sorts of sizes IIRC.

Thanks sadly, Nothing definitive. Trans has 1.380 / 35mm snout sleeve.

AquaHusky Reader
12/4/13 3:35 a.m.

I have a 96 S10 that I just did a clutch job on. One thing I learned... It has a hydraulic clutch slave cylinder that pushes on the T/O bearing, which is its own part. And the slave cylinder bolts to the trans case.

Knurled PowerDork
12/4/13 12:12 p.m.

The box that I thought had those parts was instead full of Japanese carburetor parts. Sorry, don't have anymore.

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