- This kit consists of a beefed-up clutch release fork and heavy-duty self adjusting high lubricity polymer-lined clutch cable.
- Fits 1979-1993 Mustang with factory self adjusting clutch quadrant
- Can be used with HD Throwout Bearing M-7548-A
- Can be used with Topside Clutch Adjuster M-7554-A and Double Hook Clutch Quadrant M-7583-A
NOTES: (1) 1984 and later cars have heavy-duty cable as original equipment. (2) 1986 and later cars have beefed-up clutch release fork as original equipment. (3) To install this kit in 1979-1981 vehicles with manual adjustment clutch mechanisms, the 1982 and later self-adjusting quadrant mechanism must be purchased from Ford and Lincoln-Mercury dealers.
Available in self-adjusting or manually adjustable kits, these quality clutch linkage upgrade kits feature billet aluminum construction and heavy duty clutch cables. They'll provide you with years of smooth operation, while also providing softer pedal pressure and longer clutch life.
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