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T5 question

Post by rtcook » Mon May 28, 2012 9:23 pm

I have a T5 that I bought from my uncle who had it in his 67 camaro. I'm kind of lost on this so I was wondering what all I need. I currently have picked up the pedals and bracket, clutch rod, and something that resembles a Z(have no clue what its called). I also have the bellhousing and clutch fork from the camaro. Do most of y'all go mechanical or hydraulic? My uncle will be coming in a couple weeks to help me install it so I want to get the parts ready for him.

Also, I'm sure this has been talked about a million times but all I have is an iPhone and my heads starting to hurt from the small screen. Lol
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Re: T5 question

Post by t5montecarlo » Mon May 28, 2012 10:02 pm

I recommend you read my website.
http://www.garage-scene.com

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Re: T5 question

Post by rtcook » Mon May 28, 2012 10:30 pm

I did a search on the web and it fave me that site. Didn't realize it was somebody from here. So it looks like the fork and Possibly the bellhousing won't work. The fork is straight not curved downward. Btw, thanks for that right up, I know that had to take a lot of your time.
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Re: T5 question

Post by t5montecarlo » Tue May 29, 2012 1:32 pm

You are very welcome! I wrote it to share.

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