[TR] be glad you have a triumph

Alex & Janet Thomson aljlthomson at charter.net
Mon Jan 6 12:09:03 MST 2020

Not really – The external slave cylinder is generally located on or near the centerline of the transmission input shaft. That’s pretty far up to receive interaction with rocks, etc. I’ve put kits in a number of trucks with an external cylinder. Sure beats removing drive shafts, transfer case, transmission just for a $25 kit or even a $100 complete unit.


Alex Thomson


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As far as off roading wouldn’t that be a protective measure……just saying?


Alex Manzo


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From: Randall <mailto:TR3driver at ca.rr.com> 
Sent: Monday, January 6, 2020 12:27 PM
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Subject: Re: [TR] be glad you have a triumph


> on an 88 wrangler the clutch slave cylinder is INSIDE the 

> bell housing. 


The funny part, to me, is how many people seem to think that's an



-- Randall 

56 TR3 TS13571L once and future daily driver

71 Stag LE1473 - awaiting engine rebuild

71-2-3 Stag - awaiting gearbox rebuild 



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