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  1. elliskev2

    elliskev2 Active Member

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    10 7/8" overall length.
    upload_2017-6-16_20-53-27.jpeg All you guys who switched over to a hydraulic clutch, there must be a good spare out there. Thanks :elmer:
     
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    1966-up B/E-body, 1971-74 B-body small & big blocks
     
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    Pm sent....
     
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    I recommend sourcing a new one. Mine failed after almost 50 years and many miles. It is a precision piece and critical.
     
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    Thanks ALL,
    After thinking about how much use a clutch fork gets, I broke down and bought a new one. :thumbsup:
     
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