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What master cylinder to use 1996 Explorer

September 10, 2014 - Author: bartbarton - No Comments

I have a Ford 1/2 ton 1996 Explorer 5.0L 4WD

 

Question:  I was wondering if you could give me some advice about this zf I have swapped in to my explorer. I’ve been fiddling around with clutch master cylinders trying to make something work. My issue is the stock ranger manual petal assembly I used fits but the stock master that fits in at a 45″ angle through the firewall and mounts to a stub off the petal assembly is too small to depress the clutch fully. I opted for a zoom Kevlar 11″ clutch so I’m not sure if I rigged up a pivot type system with a remote mounted stock master from a f series truck would it still feel mushy? I was looking at the wildwood clutch master cylinders they offer and I was thinking about getting the 1″ I believe ford stock is. 3/4″ or 7/8″.

Answer:  We would defiantly go with a aftermarket Wilwood.. they are more adjustable

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