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Pressure plate/ friction plate and throw out bearing stock V6 and engine mounts by LornesGT
Started on: 03-29-2014 11:15 PM
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Report this Post03-29-2014 11:15 PM Click Here to See the Profile for LornesGTSend a Private Message to LornesGTEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post
The fly wheel is a bit worn so is the friction plate and from one of my previous noise questions the throw out bearing is too. So I have search rock auto and the 85 4 speed parts are shown but not the 86. There is 5 speed parts and it looks like they should work by the a couple of threads I read but some disagree in the same thread. Options please. Also anybody use the "off brand " parts from rock auto?
I may just put everything back in until she breaks because I wasn't expecting all this. I do have a 5 speed transmission set to the side but I am missing the cables and shifter. Spending enough already and I would just like to get it on the road for this summer and make changes next winter.

Engine mount that looks like a shock I can't find. Are you just using an adjustable dog bone or changing the bushings?

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I believe the 5 spd is different than the 4 spd for clutch parts.
I do know the TOB is different.
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The throwout bearings are the same for all the 4 speeds right?
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The '85 and '86 4-speed clutch parts should be the same. So the '85 parts at RockAuto should work.

As for the "shock absorber" engine mount, the Fiero Store used to sell them. But I don't see them listed now.
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Are you looking to but that "shock" engine mount?

I have one from my 86 2.8L that is still attached to my block.
I can get pictures for you in the morning if you want.
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What is Rock Auto calling the Throw Out Bearing?

The closest thing I can figure is they call it the "Input Shaft Bearing"

Then, for the 4 speed, they have items priced from $5 to $8.

Any ideas?
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Report this Post03-31-2014 09:44 PM Click Here to See the Profile for NW-FieroSend a Private Message to NW-FieroEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post
Let's try Clutch Release Bearing

SKF Part # N3015SA {#14091966} Clutch Release Bearing Assembly
4 speed trans.; Self-Aligning
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$21.79

NATIONAL Part # 614009 Ball Bearing; Bore=1.3775", Outer Diameter=3.671", Width=1.088"
4 speed trans.; Trans. code M17; Bearing Assembly - Sealed Self-Aligning

$24.79

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Report this Post03-31-2014 10:15 PM Click Here to See the Profile for LornesGTSend a Private Message to LornesGTEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post
Found the clutch release bearing, pressure plate, friction plate and alignment tool shipped for 81.59 from Advanced auto, I just can't pass that up. I just need to fire up the printing press for all the money I am spending!
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Found the clutch release bearing, pressure plate, friction plate and alignment tool shipped for 81.59 from Advanced auto, I just can't pass that up. I just need to fire up the printing press for all the money I am spending!


Do you have a part number?
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Report this Post04-01-2014 08:21 AM Click Here to See the Profile for mcguiver3Send a Private Message to mcguiver3Edit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post
Input shaft bearing is a whole other animal.
That is the bearing that supports the transmission input shaft in the case.
Through out bearing should be listed as a separate part for the clutch assembly
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Originally posted by DKcustoms:


Do you have a part number?


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http://shop.advanceautopart...et-mu59-1a/5332133-P
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Report this Post07-11-2014 03:01 PM Click Here to See the Profile for LornesGTSend a Private Message to LornesGTEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post
Nothing is going right on the rehab, I see why peopple give up but I am not yet. Just tried the pilot bearing/ bushing (that is what Advance names it) and it doesnt fit the housing that the transmission spine comes out of. It's listed under the 87 and 86 fiero Gt. It doesn"t fit the 5 speed (Isuzu I think) I have either.
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