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Differentiate a stronger World Class (WC) T5 from a non-WC version by checking the countershaft bearing on the lower-case front face. Non-WC bearings are plain (left). WC versions use a multicolor bearing marked Timken LM67010-BCE (right).

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The front adapter housings on GM production T56s are set up for hydraulic clutches. The '93 to '97 LT1 (left) still had a slave cylinder and a conventional release bearing snout. The '98 to '02 LS1 (right) had an integral hydraulic release bearing.dfhb7q.jpg



-- Edited by TANGO on Monday 5th of July 2010 04:27:54 AM

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