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Old 10-20-2008, 02:22 PM
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master cylinder question...

This might be kind of a dumb question but i tried to search for it and I cant find what im looking for.

I put a cummins in my 94 f350, it currently has an auto in it but im swappin it for a manual in a few weeks. So here is my question, when I look at the firewall the place where a master cylinder is to the left of the brake master which is kind of backwards compared to most trucks. Does the clutch master go to the left of the brake booster or do I need to drill a whole for it on the right?

Im not to knowledgeable when it comes to fords and you can probably tell.....

thanks for any help!
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Old 10-20-2008, 03:59 PM
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This might be kind of a dumb question but i tried to search for it and I cant find what im looking for.

I put a cummins in my 94 f350, it currently has an auto in it but im swappin it for a manual in a few weeks. So here is my question, when I look at the firewall the place where a master cylinder is to the left of the brake master which is kind of backwards compared to most trucks. Does the clutch master go to the left of the brake booster or do I need to drill a whole for it on the right?

Im not to knowledgeable when it comes to fords and you can probably tell.....

thanks for any help!
If you look on your firewall, there should be a plug that is bolted there covering up an existing hole for that purpose. Might have to look at it from under the dash to see it.
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Old 10-21-2008, 09:46 AM
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I see the plug but when your looking at the firewall its to te left of the brake master cylinder. Typically unless im stoned or something the clutch master goes the the right of the brake master.
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Old 10-21-2008, 02:47 PM
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I know that's how my 95 was. Might get someone on here to look at their truck if it is a manual and clear things up. Here's a .
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Old 10-30-2008, 10:36 AM
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does anyone have a manual obs?? pleas help me out...thanks
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