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    94 GT clutch fork throw measurement?

    converting my 94 GT 5 speed to a hydraulic clutch set up so that I don`t need a knee replacement before I make it to age 30...anyone know the measurement for how much the throw is on the clutch fork to disengage the clutch? need to know so I can get the correct clutch master cyl and external slave. also I want this pedal to be as light as possible since I`ll be dailying it spring-summer 2018 do I need a bigger size slave or master cylinder? just as an example 3/4 master cylinder and 7/8 slave? or is it the other way around for a lighter clutch pedal?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2DXTRM View Post
    too expensive and not reliable, can make a kit for 200-300 bucks cheaper and more robust...just need to find out clutch fork throw for the conversion

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    have you come across this thread?
    http://www.fordmuscleforums.com/all-...ch-anyone.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2DXTRM View Post
    Haven't come across that thread before, you`re a life saver thank you

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    Quote Originally Posted by monisingh View Post
    Haven't come across that thread before, you`re a life saver thank you
    No worries. Post up your results. Be interested in how you did yours.

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    Interesting. Had no idea this conversion was even possible, wow.

    My left calf is 1" bigger than my right, exclusively due to clutch
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