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Quarter Master Steel Clutch-Alignment Tools Provide Tighter Tolerances

Clutch-Alignment ToolsLake Zurich, IL – New steel alignment tools from Quarter Master are manufactured to provide dependable clutch-disc alignment, especially in multiple-disc clutch units.

Quarter Master Steel Alignment Tools are designed to provide proper clutch alignment the first time. The steel tools are held to tighter tolerances than their plastic counterparts, allowing them to more closely simulate the transmission input shaft, and create a better fit between the clutch and flywheel. The result is that transmission installation is much smoother.

These tools feature longer spline lengths than plastic options, ensuring that the tool will fully seat in the crankshaft pilot when aligning multiple-disc clutches. This allows for dependable clutch alignment, meaning that the transmission seats on the first attempt. Their durable steel construction also won’t suffer from deformation as would a plastic tool from getting tossed around in a toolbox. Quarter Master Steel Alignment tools are available for a variety of Ford, GM and even Nissan applications.

 

Quick Facts

Product: Quarter Master Steel Clutch-Alignment Tools

Part Numbers: #660050 (1″ x 24, Nissan); #660060 (1″ x 23, Late Model Ford); #660081 (1-1/8″ x 10, GM); #66091 (1-1/8″ x 26, Late Model GM); #660092 (1- 1/8″ x 26, Late Model Ford)

Street Price: $43.97 – $44.35

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Features & Benefits:

  • Steel construction w/ tighter tolerances closely mimics transmission input shaft & allows for dependable clutch alignment on first attempt
  • Extra spline length ensures full engagement in multiple-disc clutches
  • Durable construction will not distort like plastic tools
  • Available for Ford, GM & Nissan applications

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