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NV4500 Slave Cyl replacement

Discussion in 'GM Manual Transmissions' started by GM Guy, May 22, 2008.

  1. GM Guy

    GM Guy Manual Trans. 2WD Enthusiast

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    where do i need to go for a slave cyl replacement? GM? or is there a better and cheaper source?
     
  2. schiker

    schiker Well-Known Member

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    I used one from Autozone iirc it was made by Raybesto???. It looked pretty good. Bright aluminum body and felt heavy and solid. Its been a while but I think at least one other brand maybe GM I wasn't sure if it was painted pot metal or what the Raybesto actually looked the best.
    This was for my 97 concentric. Not sure about the external one.

    I had a conversation with a ZF transmission engineer the other day and he told me GM really cut corners on clutch related components to cheapen the cost of offering a manual transmission. I believe it. My factory components are cheap plastic mostly.

    So with that said I feel no great loyalty to buy factory replacement parts for this area. It doesn't have to say AC Delco / GM on the box for me but I do compare quality to OEM and try and pick the best one within economic reason.
     
  3. GM Guy

    GM Guy Manual Trans. 2WD Enthusiast

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    thanks for the response, I think we will be going with some offering from Rock Auto.
     

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