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Clutch Fork 740 760 940

Genuine Volvo 1220763 - 103751

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Genuine Volvo - 1220763

Product Description

The current revision of the M46 / M47 hydraulic clutch fork has a dimple with a hole on the slave cylinder end, and is stamped from somewhat thin steel. Over time, the tip of the slave cylinder rod can wear the hole away, until the rod pokes all the way through the hole and the slave cylinder explosively disassembles itself.

The clutch fork can be removed from its window in the side of the transmission without dropping the transmission; we suggest checking it and lubing the contact point once a year or so, and changing it with every clutch change. See Recommended Products below for for related parts like the pivot pin and the fork-to-release-bearing retaining clip.

About Genuine Volvo

Everything IPD supplies under the "Genuine Volvo" designation are the factory original Volvo parts. These are the same quality parts that you will get in the blue Volvo branded box from a dealership. All Volvo supplied Genuine Volvo parts are made to specifications by Volvo and under their strict quality control guidelines.

Volvo relies on high-quality OEM manufactures such as Lemforder, Behr, Sachs, Bosch, Valeo, Siemens, VDO, Corteco, and many more to maintain its dedication to quality and safety.

IPD is the exclusive North American distributor for Genuine Classic Volvo parts outside of the Volvo Dealership network. We are proud of our Volvo heritage dating back to 1963, a reputation that is unmatched by others in the industry.

Many may not know this but Volvo in Latin roughly translates to "to roll".  The company was founded back in 1927 by Assar Gabrielsson and Gustaf Larsson as a spin-off from ball-bearing manufacturer SKF.  While the Volvo logo looks like the biology symbol for male, it's really the Swedish symbol for Iron. With a nod to its heritage in alloys, Volvo chose a logo that depicted a ring bisecting at one o’clock. Today Volvo is known around the world as one of the most iconic brands known for safety, longevity, and its enthusiast following.

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