1971-73  mustang manual clutch equalizer bar linkage

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1971-73  mustang manual clutch equalizer bar linkage

Does anyone know the measurement of the:

‘centerline of the equalizer bar to the centerline of the upper clutch linkage hole on the equalizer bar lever’ ?  

There might be a difference on the clutch fork side, but that one is not needed.  

Thanks for any help, converting to a manual transmission and do not have access to an equalizer.

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Why not use a cable activated clutch or a hydraulic system - seems simpler.
... I'm building a Hydraulic master/slave system...   WHY because of the SUPER COMP HEADERS>>  If you read any Fox Body, or SN95 blogs on cable they do not like them... and more so if you need a heavy clutch pressure plate.   But they do use an adjuster and clutch quadrant.   BUT the cable systems Do Not work with long tube headers

The MDL cable wears @ the end near the pedal... :^(

Setup a number of top loaders with Wilwood slaves like in the pic [not mine, just similar, different fork attachment], but the newer style cable mustang fork needs a lever to switch slave from pull/push.

So I just need to know if anyone has/can measure the centerlines?

thanks

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