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hydraulic clutch setup

Discussion in '1969-1972 K5 Blazer | Truck | Suburban' started by SilverJim, Sep 21, 2001.

  1. SilverJim

    SilverJim 1/2 ton status

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    Here are the pictures of my hydraulic clutch setup. I apologize for making them so small, but I was in a hurry while scanning them. If you would like to see any in more detail, I'll rescan them.

    Part Numbers: Prices are from Summit
    composite master cylinder: Wilwood p/n 260-1101 60.95
    swing mount pedal: Wilwood p/n 340-1290 48.95
    Hydraulic T.O.B.: McLeod Industries p/n 1321 266.67
    was purchased directly from McLeod
    714-630-2764 www.mcleodind.com
    Wilwood has a nice website also--www.wilwood.com

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    I posted the picture with my ignition to get some advice. I just have it taped up right now to see where I want to mount it. Anybody have any suggestions on where I should mount the box and rev limiter?

    1970 GMC Jimmy 502HO/SM465/NP205 doesn't run just yet!
     
  2. arq

    arq 1/2 ton status

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    are you running an internal slave clutch, is it tied to the through out bearing???

    ARQ.

    offroad baja!!!
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  3. SilverJim

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    It's the actual throwout bearing that is hydraulic.


    1970 GMC Jimmy 502HO/SM465/NP205 doesn't run just yet!
     

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