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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 06-26-2016, 07:27 PM Thread Starter
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Daze Cars hydraulic clutch conversion kit -San Diego, CA

I'm selling the complete Daze Cars set-up to convert your early Mustang with a T5 to a hydraulic clutch. I bought this to convert my car, but I've now sold my Mustang, so I have no use for this kit anymore.

This kit is his complete set-up, and includes the Wilwood master cylinder, the CNC slave, the transmission bracket for mounting the slave, the offset bracket that mounts to your pedal, the slave pushrod, the firewall reinforcement plate, the braided hose and correct fittings.

I believe I paid over $300 for all this, but I'll sell it for $150. None of the parts have ever been used or mounted.....all brand new.

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Per my email, I'm interested and will take it. Let me know when you have shipping costs determined and I'll send payment via PayPal.

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Did you end up selling this kit?


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Yes, I bought it from him.
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How you likey? I'm looking at switching to hydraulic myself. Several kits in the market...


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How you likey? I'm looking at switching to hydraulic myself. Several kits in the market...


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The parts look like very good quality, but I have not installed them yet so I can't comment on how well the kit works or fits.
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