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    Default WTB: W to m series bellhousing

    Hi I'm after a bellhousing to suit a 7mgte with a w57 need bellhousing and clutch fork thanks in advance

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    Default Re: WTB: W to m series bellhousing

    May have one in the garage as I have a few w5x bellhousings. How do I identify it?

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    Default Re: WTB: W to m series bellhousing

    Hey mate I've found a pic of one the starters on the right hand side looking from the motor face and the clutch fork is just below it if that helps or just send a pic to me on 0400951233 cheers for your input been hunting for awhile now with no luck hope to hear from you

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    Default Re: WTB: W to m series bellhousing

    You can have mine fir $40 plus post...no clutch fork unfortunately but go hydraulic slave cyl instead?
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    Default Re: WTB: W to m series bellhousing

    cant see pic but if JustenGT8 has one then grab his? I probably also don't have a clutch fork but would have to check the forks I have

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    Default Re: WTB: W to m series bellhousing

    Had a look and the bell housing that maybe a 7m one has the starter and clutch fork on the side you are describing but safer to get JustenGT8's one if he is sure it is 7m. The clutch forks I have aren't 7m as I have a few 125mm from centre of pivot point to centre of slave cylinder rod indent. Apparently you need 113mm as below

    notched = M, K (km36 G52), K A & T (only from 22spline T50) (shortest type) approx 113mm pivot to clutch slave
    straight = T (3tgte), G, C (ce71), (middle type) approx 118mm pivot to slave
    bent = R, S, C (cr30 G52), (longest type) approx 125mm pivot to slave

    SamQ sells 22 spline T50 forks and clips whch looks to be what you want but best to ask for measurements on the fork
    http://www.sq-engineering.com/replac...utch-fork.html
    http://www.sq-engineering.com/replac...clips-x-2.html

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    Default Re: WTB: W to m series bellhousing

    Hey mate sounds good I'll grab that bellhousing and slave I know where I can get a fork from anyway so where do we go from here sorry new to this site

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    Default Re: WTB: W to m series bellhousing

    Justengt8 here's my number 0400951233

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    Default Re: WTB: W to m series bellhousing

    No slave cyl either sorry although I have a few lying around that would probably suit....they are cheap as chips new though so better off with a new one I reckon...plus can buy the right ratio then to suit your master cyl and clutch throw?

    Anyways, pm me and we can sort out payment, freight etc
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    How do I pm you on here I can't find it message me on facebook if you'd like Erik Neil Miller

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