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Old 03-01-2017, 02:25 AM   #1
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Default LS1 GTO Mcleod clutch throwout bearing

Ive just installed a macleod rst twin plate clutch to my ls1 gto, The transmission is still out and Iam wondering is it ok to use the stock throwout bearing/slave cylinder assembky or do i need to use the macleod one? TIA
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I would call McLeod or send them an e-mail. Great customer service.
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Thank You for your support of McLeod Racing.

Yes the RST was designed to work with OEM hydraulic system, both the master cylinder and internal slave cylinder.

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