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Old 05-06-2011, 11:35 PM   #1
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Hydraulic clutch

Time to re-do my clutch and was thinking of doing the hydraulic clutch conversion but can anyone yell me if it's worth doing? What are the pros and cons?
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Time to re-do my clutch and was thinking of doing the hydraulic clutch conversion but can anyone yell me if it's worth doing? What are the pros and cons?
it wont do anything for you. except leak and cost more to repair. cable works fine and has little problems. why would you want it done?
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it wont do anything for you. except leak and cost more to repair. cable works fine and has little problems. why would you want it done?
Just tired of having clutch issues. Cables stretching, throw out bearings going bad the usual. Just wondering if it would help resolve the standard issues
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Just tired of having clutch issues. Cables stretching, throw out bearings going bad the usual. Just wondering if it would help resolve the standard issues
cable should stretch to a point. and i dont think switching will help your throw out bearing. maybe you know more than i do. in the end its your mustang. do what you want. ive just stuck with cable cause i dont have problems out of it
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Buy a original cable for that, it takes longer to damage.
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