Hays 82-105 Hydraulic release bearing Kit

Compatible with T-56 Transmission with GM LS1 or LS6 Engines

PART# 82-105

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Hays hydraulic release bearings offer an easy method of setting up a hydraulic clutch release system in T-56 and TR6060 6-speed transmissions. Hays' kits are ideal for applications where a late model manual transmission is being integrated into an early vehicle not originally hydraulic equipped or as an upgrade to your factory hydraulic equipped vehicle. They feature full adjustability, providing an easy setup with any single or dual disc clutch along with offering easy pedal effort.

Hays release bearings are a floating design and feature large O-rings and PTFE backup rings in the grooves to help eliminate leakage along with a long service life. A snap ring on the front of the piston prevents over travel and keeps from pushing the bearing off the sleeve. The sealed bearing snaps in place and is easily serviceable.


  • Designed to fit Tremec T-56 and TR6060 manual transmissions
  • Offers easy way to add easy effort hydraulic clutch actuation
  • Works with single or dual disc clutches
  • Floating design bearing with large O-rings and PTFE backup rings to eliminated fluid leakage
  • Kits include bearing assembly, mounting hardware, adjustment shims, and -3AN feed line

Product Attributes

Emission Code5
Manufacturer Part Number82-105
Product TypeClutch Release Bearings
Part Number82-105



This part is legal for sale or use on Emissions Controlled Vehicles, Uncontrolled (Non-Emissions Controlled) Vehicles, and Racing Use Only Vehicles because it does not affect vehicle emissions and is not covered by emissions regulations.

Tech Resources

These bearings require a minimum 3/4 in. or larger bore master cylinder.
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