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  1. New Member Introductions
    MalWood’s under dash hydraulic clutch pedal kit converts your existing manual clutch pedal or Automatic pedals into a hydraulic system with an easy bolt in install. Our master cylinder is part of our pedal assembly with nothing to adjust bolt in and you’re ready to go. We are the original under...
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    I recently got a 1967 mustang and I’m decent at working with cars but this is my first rodeo with a vehicle this old, currently I’m trying to buy a new clutch and pressure plate but I’m struggling to figure out exactly what engine I have so I can purchase the correct parts! I have an in-line 6...
  3. Mod and Custom Forum
    Hi guys, My clutch pedal is getting stuck to the floor. Found a similar issue in the forums where someone's clutch was touching their steering column in a bad way and made steering more difficult, but my problem is more of the opposite effect. When I depress the clutch AND the brake, at a...
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    After reading many old posts here I found recommendations for Centerforce and RAM clutches. Does anyone know of a reason this $195.39 RAM kit would not be a good option for a stock 1967 289?: RAM Clutch Item # 7550-5DK From the description: " . . . s a direct replacement for the 7550-5K...
  5. Mod and Custom Forum
    Since I got my car it has been having some issues with rolling out of first gear. Some times it is slow and works smoothly but some times it shakes the entire car fairly violently. The PO had already installed a T5 and a 302 in the car. The T5 is a World Class out of a 90 something V6, and...
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    Hi everyone! so my father and I recently installed a new diaphragm clutch in our mustang. The clutch is a Jegs street performance clutch kit. we replaced the flywheel as well which was a direct replacement. Once we got everything installed, we found the the clutch was not disengaging, and the...
  7. Mod and Custom Forum
    On my T5 swap should I stay original and go hard linkage or is the hydraulic kit worth the 350 dollar difference? I currently have no parts of the swap as the car was an FMX model. I'm buying parts I need next month. 1969 351W
  8. Build Forum
    Hey guys, I've got a bit of a Frankenstein going on with this 66 200 that I redid for my wife. I've got the 2.77 Ford toploader behind the 200 I6. The car has the 9" flywheel on it, but it has the small 15/16" shaft on the trans that would normally go with the 8.5" clutch. The flywheels are...
  9. Vintage Mustang Forum
    I don’t get it, the car accelerated quick and smooth before taking engine out for restoration and body work, put back together, same parts, clutch pressure plate, etc., but now it’s almost impossible to accelerate from first gear without engine bogging to a quiet stalled out sound, sometime...
  10. Vintage Mustang Forum
    Hi there, I'm rebuilding my Mustang after two years of work on the body (66 coupe, manual transmission) and the engine (289ci V8)... And I need your help! I'm trying to reconnect the clutch cable but I'm not able to find a good schema for that, neither on the Internet, or in my books... If I...
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    Been a while since I posted a new thread, but I just can't find any info that addresses this clearly. I really need to disassemble my clutch linkage, as I've had numerous issues with it over the years and I think it bears inspection. I know back in the day when I replaced the upper and lower...
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    Hi everyone, this is a warning to everyone attempting to do a transmission swap on a 1st generation Mustang. We ran into this yesterday evening ... and it scared the bejesus out of us. It should have been easy to avoid, if we were made aware at any point in any instruction manual of the many...
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