How high do I set the clutch fork PIVOT BALL on a 1986 Mustang GT? - Ford Mustang Forum

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How high do I set the clutch fork PIVOT BALL on a 1986 Mustang GT?

I need to know how to set the height of the lakewood ball stud on a 1986 Mustang GT w/ t-5 tranny. I am using a F1 RACING STAGE 1 CLUTCH that is supposed to be the same as factory setting. I lost my factory ball stud over the years and can only find a lakewood adjustable one. Just wondering if anybody had a measurement or a simple way to adjust it?

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I would say to ask rj8806, he work in tech at Tremec and could tell you.

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