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Old 02/14/20, 01:34 AM   #1
PDQ
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Hydraulic clutch master mounting?

Anyone have any good pics or descriptions of the master cylinder mounting for a hydraulic clutch but also using the power brake bracket? Most of the ones I have found here aren't using power brakes.

Buuuut, also wondering if any can be done without any real creative fab work?

I love the one from DBTeak, but not that comfortable engineering the pivots and brackets. As of now looking to use the hyd throwout bearing rather than a slave but still digging for ideas.

Thanks
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Old 02/14/20, 07:12 AM   #2
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Not sure if this helps but I would think that the power brake booster would fit in front of the clutch master. I moved it up as high as possible and plugged the other holes in firewall. I cut off the old clutch actuating rod bracket and threaded the arm for the new adjustable rod. It works as smooth as butter and the clutch pedal can be depressed with a very small amount of pressure. I believe the master is high enough on the firewall to allow for a booster.
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