Throwout Bearing...stupid question
Ok, I've never done any clutch work prior to this time so my knowledge is lacking.
Im installing a 350 into my CJ7 and mating it to a Ford T18.
First question, does the throwout bearing just push up against the clutch fingers? I guess Im a little confused how it engages the clutch.
I got the pilot bushing in the crank, they flywheel bolted up. I have clutch alignment tool in place with the clutch disk slid up against the flywheel. Now I need to install the clutch cover but have no clue what the torque specs are (any idea for a Chevy 350?).
Once I have the clutch cover properly bolted up, is it just a matter of bolting the bellhousing/tranny to the engine block(of course make sure of proper spline engagement)?
Forgive me if the post sounds retarded. Im a little under the weather with this cold I have.