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Old 09-03-2009, 10:43 PM   #1
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Default Clutch Pedal Diagram picture request.

Sorry if the title is a little vague, but i am looking for some kind of diagram for the clutch assembly in the Fox Mustang. Im attempting to design a Hydraulic clutch kit for my car (have a Master cylinder, a slave cylinder for a t5 (from a buddys abandoned V8 RX7 project) and an idea of how this is going to go together, but im trying to design a part to actuate the MC using the existing Clutch assembly and Quadrant Mounts. So what i need is a diagram showing distances and diameters of the 2 mounting shafts for the quadrant, as well as the angle difference between idle and depressed, pedal wise, so i can design a part in Solidworks to take the place of the quadrant, and utilize a pushing motion to actuate the MC (instead of Pulling, like the stock setup). Its kind of a long shot, but anybody have anything of the sort? If nothing like what i described, anybody have ANY diagrams of the clutch pedal? Preferrably Profile with depressed and idle in the picture, so i can decipher angles that way? Thanks a bunch guys
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Old 09-03-2009, 10:57 PM   #2
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gonna need a hell of a hydraulic system to make this work. its cable operated for a reason.

anyway i used to have a ford diagram of sorts but i cant find it =(
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like i said, i have a slave Cylinder made for a T5, and its cable operated because of lack of space for a clutch MC (or at least thats how it seems...)
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http://www.thatmetalbox.com/automotive/HydraulicClutch/

it's been done using factory ford parts.
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Old 10-08-2009, 12:11 AM   #5
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yup thats mine... on my site

here is some more info


I have gotten together a mass of parts, I believe that I will end up with two complete kits and some left overs
-4 the truck/van cast bellhousing (blasted and powdercoated)
-2 rubber clutch fork seals, 3 clutch forks
-2 the block plates
-3 pedal assy z bar
-few used hydraulic master/salve complete assy

-adjustible fork pivots
-11" truck clutch assy



Here is some info
http://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/70...ml#post6754056



Here is the Clutch I got:

Brand RAM Automotive
Manufacturer's Part Number RAM-88801
Product Line RAM Premium Replacement Clutch Sets


Input Spline Quantity: 10
Input Shaft Diameter (in): 1.062 in.
Disc Diameter (in): 11.000 in.
Disc Diameter (mm): 279mm
Disc Material: Organic
Disc Style: Sprung hub
Pressure Plate Style: Diaphragm
Throwout Bearing Included: Yes
Throwout Bearing Style: Standard
Notes: Fits external slave cylinders only.

Clutch Kit, Organic, 1 1/16 in. Diameter Shaft, 10-Spline, 11 in. Diameter Disc, Ford,F-150/F-250/F-350 Pickup


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Here is the Flywheel I got:

317-FWFM116
# 1967-87 Small-Block 289/302/351W C.I.D 28 oz. External Balance
# 11'' Diameter Clutch
# 164-Tooth
# Only fits diaphragm style pressure plates
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