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Old 03-19-2007, 22:31   #1 (permalink)
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confused T5 slave cylinder converion

Ok have a T5 behind my 302c,
but I'm wanting to convert it from clutch fork setup to and internal slave cylinder like the newer cars have. Spoke to heaps of people in so called specialist areas from Brake and clutch to the local Ford Parts dealers. The only guys that could help me are our local Ford wreakers MJR here in Albury.
I know the newer T5 setups have been using this clutch for afew years now so I should be able to change out easy true or not?
Would love some input

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Re: T5 slave cylinder converion

Ordered the parts after doin research on T5's tremec/BW. This is gonna be an interesting project, with afew people interested in the end result.
Found a supplier of internal slave cylinder at a great price which helps to keep the costs down.
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Old 04-08-2007, 15:06   #3 (permalink)
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Re: T5 slave cylinder converion

i think delows in sydney may have that stuff not sure
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