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Hydraulic clutch conversion


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#1 WJM

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Posted 06 July 2004 - 10:36 PM

I say lets do it on my GL-10. Im really tired of chasing problems with the cable system....today it was all of a sudden, hard to go into any gear....adjust the cable, and 4 miles later, back to where it was. NEW cable, clutch, pres plate, throw beaing and crap. GRRRRrrrrrr......

So...how to go about the conversion....hm.....

#2 TomRhere

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Posted 07 July 2004 - 12:11 AM

Thinking the biggest "hassel", would be the mounting of the Clutch Master Cylinder. The Slave Cylinder mounting seems to be easy, by the look of it. Just need to fab a bracket, and end-of-rod pivot point for the Throw-out fork.

Hydro clutches are basically self adjusting, but one needs to remember to shim the flywheel out , (from crank), to match whatever surface was removed at a resurface of flywheel. Atleast you have to do that on other hydro clutch vehicles, not sure if that would apply to the Subaru clutch set-up, (recessed friction disc). Hmmm?!?, food for thought.




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