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Tilton Hydraulic Clutch Release Bearings

Hydraulic release bearings (annular slave cylinders) eliminate lost motion due to cable stretch and linkage flex. They typically reduce the amount of effort required to release the clutch. This makes them perfect for stiff racing clutches.

Tilton manufactures several different HRB assemblies to cover a wide variety of applications. The modular design (pistons and bearings are interchangeable between most assemblies) lets you create exactly the assembly you need.

Tilton 300- and 3000-Series Hydraulic Release Bearings
Tilton 300- and 3000-Series Hydraulic Release Bearings
Tilton 4000-Series Hydraulic Release Bearings
Tilton 4000-Series Hydraulic Release Bearings
Tilton 700-Series Hydraulic Release Bearings
Tilton 700-Series Hydraulic Release Bearings
Tilton 800- and 8000-Series Hydraulic Release Bearings
Tilton 800- and 8000-Series Hydraulic Release Bearings
Tilton Hydraulic Release Bearing Pistons
Tilton Hydraulic Release Bearing Pistons
Tilton Hydraulic Release Bearing Replacement Bearings
Tilton Hydraulic Release Bearing Replacement Bearings

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Rebuild (Seal) Kit for Tilton Hydraulic Release Bearing
Rebuild (Seal) Kit for Tilton Hydraulic Release Bearing

This rebuild kit fits all Tilton hydraulic release bearings (annular slave cylinders) except the Tilton 9000 series HRBs. Includes the wiper seal and piston seal.

Tilton Replacement Bearing Only, 38mm Contact Diameter
Tilton Replacement Bearing Only, 38mm Contact Diameter

This bearing fits all Tilton HRB assemblies with press fit or clip retained pistons. 38mm contact diameter works with Tilton 4.5 or 5.5 inch clutches.

Tilton Clutch Release Flow Control Valve
Tilton Clutch Release Flow Control Valve

Tilton's Flow Control Valve reduces the shock loads on the drivetrain by slowing the release on your hydraulic clutch. Fluid flows freely in one direction, allowing quick disengagement.