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Can anyone here tell me the length (in millimetres, if you can), the length of the clutch slave cylinder push rod on a 105-series GT? Not the stroke, but the overall length of the entire rod.

I'm trying to figure out if the slave cylinder on my Montreal actually comes from a 105 GT, since the GT ones have a shorter push rod on the slave.

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I can :cool:, but won't be able to post it until Mon.:(
 

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Sorry to have mislead you since I now see you want the 105 series but if it helps, it's 2 13/16".

for the '73 GTV.
 

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Sorry to have mislead you since I now see you want the 105 series but if it helps, it's 2 13/16".
for the '73 GTV.
That converts to 71.4 mm, which means the 76 mm pushrod I have is for the Montreal. Thank you!

By the way: isn't a 1973 GTV a 105-series car?
 

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I thought the 1750 GTV was considered a 105, and my '73 2000 a 115 :confused:
 

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You're both right. The 2000 GTV is both a 105 and a 115. It depends on the market. Euro 2l GTVs are 105.21 (105.22 RHD) and the US version is a 115.01.
1750s in all markets are 105s.
 
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