Concentric Slave Cylinders

Concentric Slave Cylinders are commonly found in modern vehicles and are a common failure point for the clutch system. 

A Concentric Slave Cylinder (CSC) mounts over the transmission input shaft and is connected to the master cylinder via a hydraulic line. The CSC actuates the clutch diaphragm to engage and disengage the clutch and can commonly fail due to high wear and damaged seals.

ClutchPro Concentric Slave Cylinders are available in specific kits (400 and 600 series) as well as individually. ClutchPro recommend replacing the CSC at the same time as replacing the clutch kit for long term durability and to avoid damaging a new clutch kit if the seal leaks clutch fluid onto the friction material.

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