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Re: Hydraulic clutch pedal
Yukon56 #1305403 Sun Mar 31 2019 06:16 AM
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I used an early '60s Chevy dual master cylinder (brake-clutch) on a '34 Ford pickup, along with the matching clutch slave cylinder. Unbelievably simple to set up - run the hard line anywhere you need to without hassling with routing mechanical linkage. Since then I'm sold on hydraulic clutch systems.

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Re: Hydraulic clutch pedal
Yukon56 #1312348 Wed May 29 2019 06:50 PM
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I know this thread was a couple of months back but just wanted to share some wisdom. I 'm putting a Muncie in my 59' and shopped around for a hydraulic clutch kit, plenty out there but most were out of budget (CHEAP). I found an assembly at Speedway that was completely bolt in (you may need to fab up a support bracket) they even had a master cylinder that matched the bore needed. All told I have about $200.00 in parts excluding the clutch disc and pressure plate. Still working out the under cab mount for the master cylinder as I wanted to keep the original pedal assembly. I'll post some pics when its completed.


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Re: Hydraulic clutch pedal
miraclepieco #1314301 Fri Jun 14 2019 02:23 PM
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Originally Posted by miraclepieco
I used an early '60s Chevy dual master cylinder (brake-clutch) on a '34 Ford pickup, along with the matching clutch slave cylinder. Unbelievably simple to set up - run the hard line anywhere you need to without hassling with routing mechanical linkage. Since then I'm sold on hydraulic clutch systems.

Curious, did you use the bell housing with the passenger side access?

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