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Old 06-16-2016, 01:43 PM
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2005 hellbound steel

hello.i'm working on a 2005 hellbound steel hellion.117 s&s motor. I think it has a roadmax tranny in it according to the serial # my problem is I need a new piston and O-rings for the clutch i'm told roadmax did not make a left hand drive tranny with a hydraulic clutch. I have one!! can any-one tell me where I could find a new piston and O-rings along with a new throw-out bearing for this tranny with-out changing the whole cover on the tranny? I want to keep my cover because it has the hbs ingraved in the cover .
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Old 06-26-2016, 08:51 PM
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Is it a billet clutch actuator or cast? Its going to be tough to figure out the manufacturer of the cover.

You might try Brian at Accessories Unlimted
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He sells Trickshift and accessories unlimted trannys and is my go to guy for imported tranny replacement parts
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thanks for the response. It's a billet cover with the hellbound steel logo machined in it.The closest parts to it that I can find is from a screaming eagle tranny.I took my hydraulic puck to a machinist and he is going to make me one.
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