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as i am converting car to r h drive clutch conversion a nightmare,has anyone done a hydraulic conversion.i understand that a new flywheel and input shaft and bellhousingis required.
 

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1956 Guillietta Sprint,I was considering a 1750 g/b/b/h and flywheel.just wondered if anyone had done it and any pitfalls that might have occured.
 

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The RHD cars used a specific pedal box with a dog-leg clutch arm and a similar dog-leg arm on the U shaped bracket half way down the floorboards to return the clutch rods to the throwout arm..

Simple & easy

I have a spare RHD pedal box if you need

Ciao
Greig
LHD Sprints & Spiders
RHD Ti - From the Factory
 

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engine change

Regardless of the side the steering wheel is on the 1750 flywheet will have to have the 110 tooth ringear removed and fitted with the 105 tooth early ringgear. Both ringgears have the same ID and will fit and clear a early bell housing.
There`s no room for a hydrolic release slave cyl in the small tunnel of a early car...
 
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