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Old 05-01-2009, 06:52 PM   #1 (permalink)
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BCA/NATIONAL Part # 614121

Has anyone used one of these yet? I've only ever installed mopar TOB's, but I picked this one up from Rock Auto. It has the same dimensions as stock from what I see, so I think it should work. Just wondering if anyone has used one of these yet.

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throwout bearing nightmare


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Yeah, I'll call them Monday. Paid for 2-day shipping too.
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you doing your clutch this weekend nate?
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I think it's my TOB fork or the tranny. I'm gonna just put everything back in with a new-er TOB.

I'm also doing s3matt's clutch & tearing apart my friend's motor to see what he fried. Gonna be a long weekend.
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I just called Rock Auto & they were very helpful. After talking with him, he saw that they listed the wrong TOB for the SRT-4 and will issue me a refund and let me keep the bearing. Not that I need the bearing or anything, but Rock Auto has great customer service.
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Quote: Originally Posted by uncommonŠ View Post
I think it's my TOB fork or the tranny. I'm gonna just put everything back in with a new-er TOB.

I'm also doing s3matt's clutch & tearing apart my friend's motor to see what he fried. Gonna be a long weekend.

that sounds like a fun weekend! lol

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I just called Rock Auto & they were very helpful. After talking with him, he saw that they listed the wrong TOB for the SRT-4 and will issue me a refund and let me keep the bearing. Not that I need the bearing or anything, but Rock Auto has great customer service.

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Quote: Originally Posted by uncommonŠ View Post
I just called Rock Auto & they were very helpful. After talking with him, he saw that they listed the wrong TOB for the SRT-4 and will issue me a refund and let me keep the bearing. Not that I need the bearing or anything, but Rock Auto has great customer service.

you would think its summer already
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... tearing apart my friend's motor to see what he fried...

start at the piston rings, mad scientist... or the floor boards

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not to go off topic, but out of all the TOB's offered do the "stock" mopars work the best. Im doing a clutch soon and was gonna use the supplied ACT TOB...
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not to go off topic, but out of all the TOB's offered do the "stock" mopars work the best. Im doing a clutch soon and was gonna use the supplied ACT TOB...

i used the ACT tob its working fine
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Use only the OEM unit, we have seen many aftermarket units take a crap in the first 1000 miles. I think that all the clutch suppliers use an OE unit with there clutches.
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