If you're asking can you test that the clutch releases/engages without
connecting the hydraulic operating parts - yes. It will require extreme
strength or leverage. A long lever will allow a mortal human to move the
clutch operating fork. It only needs to move ~ 1/2" at the end opposite
the throw out bearing. I've done it with a 2' long pry bar.
With the transmission in gear, try to turn the transmission output
flange. It should not turn if the clutch is engaged to the
flywheel/engine. Now move the operating fork and see if you can turn the
transmission output flange. If yes, the clutch is releasing.
> Date: Sat, 16 May 2020 09:28:32 -0500
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> 59 mga, body off and painted, almost finished renovating the chassis. Plan
> to marry the drivetrain to the chassis before putting the tub on.
> I don't see how, but I thought I'd ask, if there is anyway to test the
> clutch without putting the body on and attaching the master/slave
> Car would not shift, removed engine and tran, replaced clutch and throwout
> bearing (dpo had one of those fancy ball bearing throwout bearings which was
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