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Author Topic:   clutch cable
JOHN NIP
Member
posted January 21, 2003 09:06 AM
I'm having problems with breaking clutch cable. 2 in the last 3 days. i have the tilton button clutch 11.3 lbs with manual cable the cable is breaking at the end of the pedal.any suggestion. should i put a pulley between the fire wall and pedal?


Darcy
Member
posted January 21, 2003 05:08 PM
you could try the pully but why dont you try using a heavy duty clutch cable say out of a 4x4 or small truck
regards darcy


JOHN NIP
Member
posted January 22, 2003 08:49 AM
I have tried 4x4 cables and the old z28 they both broke. what all would i have to do to put a hydraulic clutch in it.
thanks


Pickel
Member
posted January 23, 2003 08:15 AM
If you braking cables I would switch to hydroliac or if you dont want to spend the money go with a chain ...On my street stock the pedel lays on the floor the the chain runs threw the floor board to the fork.. It a little stiff but works great ..


Racer0
Member
posted January 23, 2003 09:40 AM
thanks i think im going to go with a hydraulic were is a good place to get one.


justin
Member
posted January 23, 2003 09:31 PM
Speedway, JR Motorsports, and AFCO just to name a few. There are two different types of slave cylinders, a push type that goes on the block and a pull type you'll probably have to mount on your floorboard. I use the pull type. All I did was drill a hole thru the end of the clutch fork and weld a bracket to my floorboard to attach it to, then attach the hydraulic line. It's pretty simple.

Justin

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