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Author Topic:   slave cyl. setup
BK19
Member
posted January 30, 2000 04:34 PM
i have a cnc pushing slaveit wont line up with the clutchfork and the rod seems too long how exacatlyto i install this i have a 350 chev with a explosion proof bellhousing


Roadhzrd
Member
posted January 31, 2000 01:09 AM
I had the same problem on my first car. Fiest I put a shorter pivot pin in my bellhousing and the rod was still too long so I had to lengthen the slave cylinder mount by welding a small length of steel to it. The next year I bought a hydraulic throwout bearing and it was much better.


BK19
Member
posted January 31, 2000 04:48 PM
can i use a hydralic throwout with a stock clutch? everyone says not to use one cause they leak i have to use a stock single disc clutch, if so what one do i get i have a 3 speed saginaw and stock flywheel


sixwillwin
Member
posted January 31, 2000 09:34 PM
I had same problem. I just fabricated a simple bracket that the pushing slave mounted to and then bolted that newly made bracket to the pre-threaded holes in my bellhousing. It takes alittle while to make but then your done and can use it forever.


THUNDERSTRUCK
Member
posted February 06, 2000 05:09 PM
I have ran hydraulic slave cylinders before,
always had problems with them leaking at about mid season. It cost a little more but a hydraulic throw out is the only way to fly.
well worth the money in the long run


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