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Old 11-21-2010, 06:38 AM
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muncie 4spd Hydraulic throwout

I'm putting together a 1935-40 ford chassis with a muncie m20 tranny and am interested in finding out how to install (and how expensive) a hydraulic throwout bearing . I have the stock pedal assembly from a 39 ford and have adapted power brakes to it, but the mechanical linkage for the clutch linkage is giving me fits! I need to bleed the brakes to see how far the pedal travels to see if I will hit the throwout arm!! I have never installed a hydraulic system,and need info!! Or, if anyone has put a 4 speed in a 35-40 ford chassis with mechanical linkage I need pics!!

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Ive never personally used a Hyd T/Out Bearing in a street application. We have had customers use a HTOB setup however, so I'll call around, but you'll be better off getting 1st hand experience.

What bellhousing are you using?
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we ran this 1 in a race car
http://www.speedwaymotors.com/Ram-St...evy,29140.html
worked very well came with instructions. you will still need a master cylinder and some fittings/line. so i would estimate it to cost around $225.00 for everything.
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thanks, I'm using a 621 bellhousing with an 11' clutch.
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