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Hey guys, I picked up a used slave cyclinder with a bracket on ebay, I believe it was off a trooper. I alreay had a 7/8 CNC master cylinder off a class 1600 off road buggy. The bracket does fit the hols in the tranny but won't work on my commando because of the stack exhaust. Does anyone have some pictures of how there slave and master cylinder are mounted. Fabrication is not a problem but with the clutch angle and getting the master low enough for the proper throw it is pretty close to the tie rod. In a violate nose dive not sure if it would hit.

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