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Earls Remote Clutch Bleeder Kit for T56

Fits OE (Original Equipment) Hydraulic Clutch Bearing on T56 Transmission

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Estimated shipping date: 11/26/2021
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Bleeding the clutch system on late model transmissions that have a hydraulic clutch bearing can be tough, and sometimes requires the removal of the transmission to access the bleeder screw. This new kit comes with all the parts required to relocate the bleeder screw to the outside of the bell-housing for easy access. This kit includes a 48" long Speed-Flex® hose, and all the appropriate adapters to fit the OE clutch bearing on most T56 Transmissions.


  • Remote Mounted Brake Bleeder Allows Easy Access to Bleed Clutch w/o Removing Transmission
  • Hose: 48” Long Pre-Made -4 AN Speed-Flex® Hose Assembly
  • 10mm Adapter: M10 x 1.5 to -4 AN Male (AT9919BFDERL)
  • 10mm Crush Washer: 177310MERL
  • Remote Bleeder Body & Bleeder Screw M10 x 1.5
  • Fits OE Hydraulic Clutch Release Bearing on T56 Transmission

About Earls

Earl's Performance Plumbing brought aviation fluid transfer technology to the automotive performance market over five decades ago. With the most extensive line of plumbing products available, you can count on Earl's from start to finish.

Adapter AN Size ( A )4AN
Adapter TypeClutch
Brand Earls
Emission Code5
FinishNatural & Nickel
Hose End #14 AN FEMALE
Hose End #24 AN FEMALE
Length48 In.
MaterialStainless / Steel / Aluminum
Product TypeClutch Plumbing Kit
Part NumberPK0008ERL

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.


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