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#1 skrebs


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Posted 20 August 2006 - 11:37 AM

Anyone put a hydraulic clutch in an early bronco?
i've been messing around with it and i've got a slave clyinder mounted to press the clutch fork but i'm not sure if it is moving it far enough?
how far should the clutch fork move?

#2 MBell70


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Posted 21 August 2006 - 02:46 PM

I put a hydraulic setup on my bronco. It works great. I used the wilwood slave cylinder and wilwood clutch master cylinder from Summit. here are the part numbers.

WIL-260-1304 Master Cylinder
WIL-260-1333 Slave Cylinder. 1 3/8" stroke.

Both work great together. Here are some picture of it installed while the body was off.
Use the hole for the speedometer cable to mount the master cylinder. Just enlarge it all little and drill the two mounting holes. Drill 5/16" hole in your clutch pedal and use a spherical rod end to connect the master cylinder rod to the clutch pedal. it is a clean installation. I will take some more detailed pictures and post them.
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#3 skrebs


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Posted 24 August 2006 - 06:07 AM

does that slave actaully move the entire stroke length (1 and 3/8) because the one i used was labeled as a 1 1/2 in stroke but it doesn't seem to move that far once setup

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