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Old 05-31-2005, 03:02 AM
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Hydraulic clutch linkage???

Hey, this could be a very stupid question, but in that case it will be very easy and short to answer. Anyways, I have an 84 camaro witha hydraulic clutch linkage. I'm dropping in a big block and would like to mate a built "m22" ( I say that cause it's not really one). Lakewood has a bellhousing which would connect the trans to the big block without killing the hydraulic setup. I was told I would need a bigger clutch assembly with 10 spline to work with the "m22" vs having a smaller clutch with 26 spline. So my question is, can I just buy a bigger clutch to work with the trans, and the hydraulic sysetm will work fine with it, or will I have to get a mechanical clutch linkage to workt he new clutch. If neither, what would I need to do. Thanks.

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10.4/5 inch will be the biggest clutch you can fit into the bell. Buy a clutch that will mate with your input shaft spline wether that is 10/14/26 splined. You hyd. slave should be able to compensate for any minor changes to geometry.
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