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Its cold in the garage, so I'm researching inside the house. Has anyone considered use of a Ford truck flywheel and 11 inch clutch? Looks like it would fit the Lincoln block bellhousing. The stock clutch looks suspiciously like a Ford car item. A truck clutch should be firmer, but what about pedal effort? Any thoughts.


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I may be able to help a little here. I have a french flathead v8 in my 37 zephyr, it has the 11" commercial clutch that the french army used and is linked up to the stock zephyr linkage. My clutch pedal is very light to push down. So light it can be very easily pushed with two fingers. It's definitely lighter than most modern cars I have driven.

The clutch works fine and has the stronger pressure plate but the pedal pressure is brilliant.


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