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Old 12-06-2010, 07:06 PM
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thank you for posting info on the weight and quantity of oil needed for this transmission.

here are a few photos of the saginaw being removed and muncie taking it's place

Now to the next part.

It looks like the best option for a clutch release is going to be a hydraulic throw-out bearing. McLeod racing list a part number on summit for a M21 and M22.

Parts I have include:
- 12 lbs. Hayes aluminum flywheel
- mid 90's camaro stock clutch
- cast aluminum bell housing from late 60's corvette

Master is currently a stock Chevy S-10 from 1987. *several years are the same up to 1994*

From searching around on Summit, I find "McLeod RACING 13005" will work with the M21 & M22

Checked the case numbers on the transmission and it's 3925660 for the main housing, which would make it a M-22

If I need to order a new master and have braided lines built for the correct length, I'm 100% fine going about it this way. If I can use the current master and have the McLeod slave, while again having new lines made, I'm 100% fine doing it this way.

I dont want to have to buy parts multiple times.

Open for suggestions and part numbers, as the McLeod Industries site appears to be down.

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