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      link hidden, please login to viewThe role of clutch release bearing
      Clutch release bearing installed between the clutch and gearbox, te release bearing is setting up on the shaft of the transmission for the first tubular extension, by rotating a releasse bearings can make separation lever side edge of the clutch output shaft axial movement, so as to ensure the clutch can engage a smooth, separation of downy, reduce wear and prolong the service life of the clutch and the whole drive train.

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