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A while back, i had a Ram stage II clutch installed, I forget the exact model name but i think it was Powergrip HDX .
Anyways, on a poor decision on my part i had a local shop install it, not knowing at the time that the place had a bunch of hack scumbags working there.
And , due to my ignorance about hydraulic clutch systems i was unaware at the time that i REALLY should replace the slave cylinder.
Having it replaced now, but I remember the clutch kit saying that the spacer provided has to be installed behind the slave-cylinder and I am Highly skeptical that the 'shop' actually installed it. It being 5 or 10 minutes worth of doing the job properly and all. If it wasnt, anyone know the thickness it should be? The guy i have doing the job can fabricate one no proble, he just needs to know the appropriate thickness of the metal to cut to shape.
I apologize for the length of the thread!!!
Its a 2005 Mustang GT 5speed btw.
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2005 GT 5sp
-Brenspeed 93 Tune
-SLP Loud Mouth
-RPI Lower Control Arms
-Ram HDX Powergrip Stage II clutch
-Ram billet steel flywheel
-JHR high volume clutch fluid line.
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