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11-01-2012 09:44 AM
S10xGN You should stick with the same bore diameter and stroke length, other than that anything goes...

10-31-2012 07:59 PM
Master clutch cylinder choice?

Okay so, i have a 1986 el camino that im putting a t56 in that came out of a trans am(96?)

its installed and i have pedals out of an F body installed, but the master/slave cylinder setup i got i cannot get to install at the angle i want... I have found what i think would work perfectly but i have an odd question..

Is any master clutch cylinder do-able for my situation or do i have to get a specific one? i just need the ability to adjust the rod... if someone could look at what i found and possibly steer me in the right direction i would greatly appreciate it

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