How to Replace a Throw Out Bearing?

Answer The throwout bearing is a small bearing that assists in the disengagement of the clutch. The bearing allows the clutch to smoothly operate within the gear box and is essential for proper clutch fun... Read More »

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How to Replace a Throw Out Bearing in a Harley Transmission?

The throw out bearing -- otherwise known as the pushrod bearing -- is located just inside the transmission clutch release cover on the lower right-hand side of your Harley-Davidson. Replacement is ... Read More »

How to Put in a Throw Out Bearing?

A throw out bearing, or clutch release bearing, is a fundamental item that makes a manual transmission function. When the clutch is depressed, the throw out bearing pushes against the clutch's pres... Read More »

What is a throw-out bearing?

When the clutch pedal of a car or truck is pressed, the throw-out bearing begins to move toward the flywheel. The bearing's movement pushes the levers or fingers of the pressure plate against its s... Read More »

How to Change a Throw Out Bearing?

The throw out bearing is the bearing in a manual transmission that helps engage and disengage the clutch. If the throw out bearing starts going bad, it needs to be replaced. When you change a clutc... Read More »