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    Clutch: Change Cable to Hydrolic/

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    I mentioned on a earlier post that my clutch, on my 1987 Ram 50, is excessively hard to depress. I noticed in the Haynes manual that I seem to have both mechanisms for hydraulic and the cable I have now. Is it possible it was originally a hydraulic clutch. Any way to find out. If it was, how difficult to change it back? If was not originally a hydraulic clutch, how hard to convert it to one. Like I say, it does seem to have the parts for one under the clutch pedalClick image for larger version. 

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    James

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    Only diesel and v6 trucks came with hydraulic setups. The clutch pedal assembly is different, as is the bell housings which have mounts for the clutch master cylinder

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    OK, Thanks for the info.

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