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Old 10-29-2008, 15:21   #1 (permalink)
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what is the correct clutch setup from z bar to fork on a 63 galaxie

ok i got the correct clutch rod from gregdonahue.com part #C3AZ-7521E (1963-64 CLUTCH FORK ADJUSTING ROD
All 390-352-223 with 4-Speed, 3-Speed, 3-Speed Overdrive Transmission
All 289-260 with 3-Speed Overdrive Transmission
Some 406 4-Speed, 3-Speed or 3-Speed Overdrive Transmission
This is the adjustable clutch rod that attaches to the equalizer bar
and pushes the clutch fork.)

and i have a clutch fork that looks like this
eBay Motors: 1963 - 1964 GALAXIE - FORD 390/406/427 - FORK & SPRING (item 270290108054 end time Oct-26-08 18:42:16 PDT)

but how does the end of the clutch rod sit in the end of the clutch fork, what keeps it in the end? am i missing a piece?
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Old 02-24-2009, 15:59   #2 (permalink)
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Re: what is the correct clutch setup from z bar to fork on a 63 galaxie

I think the return spring keeps the rod in,it goes from the fork to the frame. Jeff
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