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Factory Hydraulic clutch assem.

Discussion in '1973-1991 K5 Blazer | Truck | Suburban' started by Captkaos, Jun 5, 2000.

  1. Captkaos

    Captkaos 1/2 ton status

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    Anybody here have a factory setup hydraulic clutch assembly?
    If so, do you have the part numbers and/or pictures of the setup. I would like to know what I need to get pertaining to the clutch slave cylinder and the actuation.

    Chris Lucas
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  2. Shawn

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    Hey Chris. I'll try to remember to snap some shots tonight and send them to you. I still owe you a favor. It's pretty easy setup. Just a resivour with a long tube down to the push rod.

    Shawn
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  3. Captkaos

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    Thanks Shawn.....

    I really appreciate it. I particularly need to know where the reservior hooks up to the firewall and what I need to do
    to the pedal assembly to make it work. Is it just a rod that goes in the normal mechanical rod slot?

    You still owe me a favor? From what? I thought I owed you one.... :)

    Chris Lucas
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  4. joe84bb

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    Re: Thanks Shawn.....

    I swapped from a 700r4 to a muncie, so I had to hold everything (bracket and pedal assembly) up under the dash, mark the best spot, and squeeze a drill and hole saw under there. I would like to give you some detailed measurements, but I really only had one place where everything would fit. It was pretty much a SWAG. Scientific Wild A$$ Guess.

    I know just enough to know that I'll never know enough.
     
  5. Shawn

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    Re: Thanks Shawn.....

    I emailed those pictures to you. It's hard to see just from the pictures but I hope it helps.

    Shawn
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    Re: Thanks Shawn.....

    I appreciate it Shawn. That helped out alot. I do have some questions, look for email.

    Chris Lucas
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