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when i did my swap, everyone always said to make sure u take the clutch bearing out of your old engine and put it on your new engine. but the thing is, there was no bearing when i took off the clutch? i am running a act 6 puck clutch so is there no bearing with that? I just talked to a guy tonight that said i shouldnt even really be running a 6 puck just for like driving to and from places and weekend racing. Im just trying to figure out why there was no bearing?
 

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If you look at the top of the transmission you will see the release arm go straight down in. That is where the bearing is. It slides on a shaft and presses against the pressure plate. You are fine, it would have been a good idea to replace it while it was apart though.
 

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phew thats a relief, i thought that i like forgot to put something back when i had it apart, and now i would be screwed because my engine is all back in now. Tomorrow im hooking up the axles and i gotta put my struts back on then im gonna start her up :D
 

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If you're talking about the t/o bearing, its that round metallic thing (the one with the larger circumference) sitting around that shaft in the center of the tranny, as shown in the pic above.
 

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make sure u lube it cuz I didnt and its starting to piss me off. It was a flawless swap except.....crickets
 
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