This is my new aluminum Getrag slave cylinder for the 86-88 V-6 5 speed equipped Fieros.
- Cast aluminum housing will not corrode like steel and cast iron.
- Comes complete with a new push rod.
- Top quality!
Since the demise of the original GM steel Getrag slave cylinders the replacement cast iron aftermarket slaves have proven to be very low quality. My aluminum Getrag slave is top quality. It features a double seal on the piston. Includes a new push rod and bleeder valve.
The bore size of this cylinder size is: 15/16" (0.9375") or 23.81 mm.
The piston features a double seal!
Also check out my new one man slave cylinder bleeder tool.
An excellent trick to bleed the clutch system:
When I changed from an automatic to a Getrag 5 speed I used the trick Bob Hughes suggested many years ago: Take a clean glass jar (like a mayonnaise jar) with a lid. 1 quart or smaller is OK. Poke 2 holes in the top of the lid. Get some clear tubing from a hardware store. Vinyl clear tubing is cheap. Get 12 feet or so. The ID of this tube should be such that it goes over the bleeder of the slave end snug. Make the holes in the lid of the jar just big enough to allow the tubing to go thru but be a tight fit. Attached one tube maybe 2 feet long to the slave bleeder. Attach the other long tube end to a vacuum port on an engine (I used my truck). Coat the threads of the bleeder screw with some heavy grease or wrap it with Teflon tape so no air gets drawn in past the threads of the bleeder screw. Start the engine you are using for vacuum and let it idle. Make sure you have someone at the front to fill the reservoir and open the bleeder. The vacuum of the running engine will draw the fluid thru the system. Worked excellent for me when I did it.
Fiero Getrag aluminum slave cylinder $59.98
- Less $$ than the poor quality cast iron replacements available today!!!
- Complete with a new push rod and bleeder!
- Solves most clutch release problems!
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Shipping to areas outside of the USA: Generally I ship these kits postal air first class mail. Shipping varies depending on what country they are going to. It ranges from $12 to Canada to $19 or more to Japan/Australia etc.