Clutch Release Lever for 1968-1970 Mustangs Built After February 15th, 1968 with a 250, 289, 302 or 351W Small Block V8 Engine.
Are you having issues shifting in your 1968-1970 small block Mustang? Order a new Clutch Release Lever today from CJ Pony Parts and get your transmission working more smoothly!
This clutch release lever functions to move the fingers on the clutch allowing your small block Mustang to smoothly move and shift through gears with ease. The OEM-style replacement lever mounts on the driver side inside the bellhousing and attaches from the lower clutch rod to the throwout bearing, also inside the bellhousing. This reproduction clutch release lever measures 10-3/4" long and is a direct-fit replacement for your original. Order one for your classic pony today from CJ's!
Vehicle Fitment: This clutch release lever will fit all 250, 289, 302 and 351W engines as well as Boss 302 engines built after 2/15/68.
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Order a new Clutch Release Lever for your 1968-1970 Mustang Built After February 15th, 1968 with a 250, 289, 302 or 351W Small Block V8 Engine from CJ Pony Parts today!
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I have 1970 mach 1 351 I think the fork number is DOOA 7515-B is this one the same
Is the '65 clutch release lever the same as the ' 68 clutch release lever except for its method of attachment? I have a 289 6 bolt "small" bellhousing that I want to use with my '65 except it has the '68 and up style lever bracket.
will this fork work with bellhousing C5DA 6394 A with a 1968 or newer pivot. Sorry to say I bought a McLeod clutch fork here in UK C80A 7515 A the one they advertise for 1964-1970. The problem I have is the fingers on the fork are at least 5mm to short.
Is there any difference in the clutch fork between a Boss 302 4-speed and a standard 4-speed. I know the equalizer bar is different.
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