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Old 04-24-2012, 01:54 PM   #1
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Question Where can i find a good slave cylinder?

I have looked at american muscle and a few other places and cant find a replacement slave cylinder anywhere! OEM or performance... do they even make a performanc one? WHERE CAN I FIND ONE?!?! Also what would be the best clutch and throwout bearing kit to get if im just going to use it at the track every once in a while and mostly as a daily driver? I want a tought clutch that can take some abuse but not a leg workout!
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I have looked at american muscle and a few other places and cant find a replacement slave cylinder anywhere! OEM or performance... do they even make a performanc one? WHERE CAN I FIND ONE?!?! Also what would be the best clutch and throwout bearing kit to get if im just going to use it at the track every once in a while and mostly as a daily driver? I want a tought clutch that can take some abuse but not a leg workout!
Um do you have a hydraulic clutch? Mustangs didn't go hydraulic til 05
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Thanks! I didn't know that and now I do! What clutch and throw out bearing kit would be the best! I gag. Heard good things about spec but I've also heard horror stories!
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Thanks! I didn't know that and now I do! What clutch and throw out bearing kit would be the best! I gag. Heard good things about spec but I've also heard horror stories!
Well you are going to get lots of different opinions on which clutch to buy. I'm a fan of buying a stock one unless you actually have a lot of power. However I have heard nothing but good things about Centerforce and McLeod. For a throw out bearing, get Fords. All the other ones seem to go out fast.
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