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>Joe, You don't mention how the clutch slave is situated,or what sort of bellhousing is used. On the one I've built (using the basics from JTR)I used a Lakewood scattershield. A stock Chevy clutch fork (which is relatively straight) has - ZERO clearance on the drivers footwell. I found that an OEM '63 Corvette clutch fork is perfect. It even has the hole at the outboard end for the clutch adjusting rod at the slave to pass through. Unfortunately the ORIGINALS are $85 and must be ordered from a reconditioning specialty house. I bought mine from Colorado Springs Corvette Center. You might also try Beville's (a corvette wrecking center) in Lawton,OK. Chevy dealers sell a more recent unit which has a clevis at the outboard end and would require additional clever fabrication on your part, they can't get the older ones according to Team Chevy in the Springs. ps. Definitely buy the JagsThatRun conversion manual. It may well save you considerable grief in the long run. mikey
 
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