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I got my Hydraulic Slave Cylinder in. I notched out above the steer column port to tuck the Slave right under the Master sideways. The push rod bolts to the pedal (with use of Grade-8 and heim joint) and pushes straight in on the Slave. Once I put the reinforcement plate on the firewall, it no longer flexed.
Just for fun, I made a slideshow...Right Click and save target as. It's 14.4 megs in size, so be warned.

http://loco4fomoco.com/video/MasterPlumb.wmv

I purchased a new column boot, so that area is again weather proofed. Just thought I'd share what I've been into. hehe.

Added Info: 1989 Ranger Master Cylinder. I adapted fittings to 3/16. The '89 Mustang Master has the lines exit the Master towards the Engine. That's why I chose Ranger. Reinforcement plate was clearance for the column. Wildwood Slave, Braided Hydraulic lines and cnc push type slave cylinder for the clutch fork. I haven't fabbed the bellhousing mount yet, but it shouldn't be too bad.


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way to go Rick, you sure make it rough on us dial up guys.
 

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Nicely done! Like the music choice as well, sounds like Joe Satriani?
I have also a huge slide show that I put together showing the assembly of my Falcon but have not put a music track to it yet.
Me like, keep it up.
Ras Daniel
 

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well done rick,what sort of trans are you going to be running behind that 408 of yours,ive been looking at converting from my c4 to a manual but being in new zealand the shipping is what kills that idea at this time-could probably score a t5 locally but from what ive read it just wouldnt stay together with the future mods i have planned-are you going toploader-tko?
 
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