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I am not running a Hydraulic set up, the question is for mechanical clutch linkage set up.

I have a 1980 Z28 Camaro, the owner before me converted the car from (factory) manual to a Th400 Automatic.

I recently purchased a T-10 4spd which came out of a 1972 Chevelle SS
And i want to replace the Th400 with the 4spd

as of now the camaro is automatic, but the clutch pedal is still dangling around but that is the only thing i have. (other than new clutch/flywheel)

Im not sure how to run a mechanical linkage set up, and what are all the parts i need.

I found a clutch kit on ebay for $140+

1972 1981 Camaro Clutch Linkage Kit | eBay

and are the 1980 camaro and 1972 chevelle interchangeable in parts? bought a flywheel and new clutch disc/pressure plate for the chevelle just because i know it will match up with the T-10

my problem is my lack of knowledge, I do not want to blindly throw money at parts I may or may not need, or parts i could buy at other places for less money.
I Dont mind spending the $140 on the kit above but i dont know if it is a good deal or if it comes with everything i need or a bunch extra of things/parts that I dont need or could go without.

Please shed some of your knowledge!

thank you!
- Marcus
 

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The kit looks complete. Has link from pedal to cross shaft, cross shaft then link to throw out arm. Plus springs and clips. You will need the proper arm for the belhousing and TO bearing.
 
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