McLeod 1434002 Hydraulic Clutch Conversion Kit, 1967-69 Camaro
1967 to 1969 Camaro Hydraulic Clutch Linkage Conversion Kit. First Gen Camaro owners can now replace the inefficient mechanical clutch linkage on their cars with a McLeod Hydraulic Kit. Ideal for better performance of the clutch system and better durability, our hydraulic kits are designed specifically for your vehicle. Include's Master Cylinder and Lines An additional benefit when installing this McLeod hydraulic kit is the self-adjusting bearing feature. No more adjusting the clutch every 4-6 months. The hydraulic kit will allow the bearing to self adjust when the disc wears throughout it is life cycle. Hydraulic bearing Must Be Purchased Separately
- Fits 1967-1969 Camaro & Firebird (when used with Camaro pedal box) and 1967-1974 Nova
- 3/4" master cylinder bore size
- Master cylinder included
- Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
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