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Pilot Bearing Pullers

Clutch Hydraulic Hoses and Lines

If your clutch hoses appear swollen or cracked, they may need replacement. Replace your hoses today and keep your car running. Don't take that chance of breaking a clutch hose and being stranded by the side of the road.
UUC Stainless Steel Clutch Lines
UUC's Stainless Clutch Line is used to "performance tune" your clutch control. Inner Teflon line is covered with woven stainless steel braid that will not expand under pressure.
The original clutch line is rubber and can expand under the normal pressure of use. This expansion of the line negatively affects the clutch slave cylinder actuation, and makes for mushy pedal feedback. The advantages of a stainless steel line include better clutch pedal feedback and superior clutch modulation. Results will be immediate.
    Technical features:
  • Line material fully compliant with DOT standards (MVSS-1006)
  • Lines burst-tested to 6000psi (maximum tested pressure from a BMW hydraulic system is 1200psi)
  • Teflon inner line covered with a woven layer of stainless steel and covered in an abrasion-resistant material (translucent blue plastic covering)
  • End pieces perfectly match original BMW design for easy assembly

Clutch Master Cylinders and Parts

Is your clutch release not working as well as you'd like it to? Are you a slave to your worn out cylinders? Get control with a replacement master or slave clutch cylinder. Replacing the slave cylinder is a good idea when you are performing a clutch job. With a relatively low cost, the insurance of replacing it when you're performing a big clutch job is well worth the cost. The way a hydraulic clutch works is quite simple to understand. When you push the clutch pedal, it sends fluid from the clutch master cylinder down a hose to the clutch slave cylinder, which is mounted on the transmission. The fluid, which is under pressure, forces the clutch cylinder to push out a rod, which is connected mechanically to the release fork. When the rod moves, it also moves the release fork, disengaging the clutch, and allowing you to shift. Also be sure to purge the system of air bubbles at the same time.
Clutch Master Cylinder

Clutch Release Bearings and Parts

You should always throw out your old throw-out bearing every time you replace your clutch disc and pressure plate. A loud squeak when the clutch pedal is pressed in can indicate that there is a problem with your throw-out bearing. This can also indicated a flywheel pilot bearing problem as well.
Clutch Release Bearing

Clutch Slave Cylinders

The clutch slave cylinder is operated by the clutch master cylinder. It assists in the movement of the clutch release arm or throw out arm. It is a good idea to replace the slave cylinder if you are replacing the master cylinder.
Clutch Slave Cylinder

Clutch Pedals and Assemblies

The Pedal Cluster takes a lot of abuse. Rainwater, or brake fluid from a leaky master cylinder has a tendency to collect at the bottom of the driver's footwell, deteriorating both the bushings and cable components of the cluster.
Clutch Pedal Pad
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