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    strange to see the clutch master on that side of the booster in a LHD. DSM similar iirc
    Just as easily to fab brackets onto stock mitsu rubber biscuits. I suppose solid mount was the goal ?

    I'd seek a similar type oem header in the junkyard, for the 'bends'.... cut up both/mig it up, to redirect

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    Idk how I missed this thread b4, and I'm 20mins away from you....

    I like the build, get at me we'll hafta get up sometime so I can check ur build out.
    I'm in east Haddam right near shagbark hardware. Hmu I wanna see this in person sometime.
    You can come see all the crap we build up here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mcant99 View Post
    Also, the J160 has a hydraulic throwout, and of course our pedals are for cable. It took a bit of trying and about 25 trips to the parts store, but it finally works.
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    Dude the 4wd Max's/Montero's had hydro clutches, u shuda just swapped in a 4wd clutch master & pedal
    I think the spot is blank to the left of the booster on ur 2wd models.....
    Long as you sorted it out is what matters, but that is a funny spot to see the clutch master on a LHD setup

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    this is the OEM 4wd setup. im willing to be the fittings are prob the same too...
    just for future reference
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    I saw that the 4x4's did, but couldn't really source any part numbers for the master cylinder or the different pedals, but if you have them i'd definitely rock that over what I slapped together.
    I'd love to check out your shop, pop by my place anytime I PM'd you where I work, I'm sure you've been there before

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    unfortunately I don't have an extra clutch pedal assembly, I know they are all over eBay tho.
    If I had the paper I'd order one from the UK for my truck and give you mine, but I'm strapped & imma
    hafta mod mine to work....

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