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wanting to make ej holden clutch cable not hydrolic

Hi I have an ej Holden that I am putting a Celica 5 speed in and was wondering how easy is it to change the clutch to a cable? any help is great regards Brett

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Keep the hydraulic clutch.
They work well and last forever. If you do need cylinders they are easy to get and cheap.
Why do you want to go a cable clutch. I can't see that it would bring any benefit over hydraulic.
David

Old is good.

Do you already have the bellhousing? I believe they are different for cable and hydraulic.

"It was then I knew I'd had enough, burned my credit card for fuel
Headed out to where the pavement turns to sand...."

Cheers, John

Agree with David, stay hydraulic....much less hassle, nice pedal etc. A lot of the parts required to use the hydraluic system are available. I recon you could convert to cable....but a lot of fabrication and trips to the wreckers to find bits that work together would be needed. If you like a challenge then go for it.....but hydraluic is just too easy :-)

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I suppose I should have asked why you want to go cable.. While I am happy to crap on about the benefits of hydraluic....I should probably know a bit more info.
"Please exploin" :-)

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