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Old 09-05-2012, 09:13 AM
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I have a 8660 BH and thats about it. I am going to mate a TKO to a Cleveland. I am taking over a project from a friend of mine and alot of parts are missing. Can the clutch fork from a 90s Mustang fit it? I was going to do the master/slave route. Thanks
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Old 09-05-2012, 11:25 AM
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Never used a McLeod bell, although I'm a distributor for them, so I won't be any help there.

However, if you look inside of it, it will either have two bolts on the driver's side for a driver's side pivot, a larger hole on the passenger side for a passenger side pivot ball, or both.

If it has that passenger side hole for a pivot ball, then yes a Fox Mustang clutch fork can work.
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Old 09-05-2012, 05:24 PM
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Never used a McLeod bell, although I'm a distributor for them, so I won't be any help there.

However, if you look inside of it, it will either have two bolts on the driver's side for a driver's side pivot, a larger hole on the passenger side for a passenger side pivot ball, or both.

If it has that passenger side hole for a pivot ball, then yes a Fox Mustang clutch fork can work.
Cool. I need to pull the engine and trans soon.....just rough bolted together for the trip from WA so I will look at what it has. Many thanks for the reply. Hell, I dont even know if the trans is good. It was bought new and sat a long time. I have my work cut out for me.
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edit: will the hole on the pass side be threaded?

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