Ford's factory equalizer bar clutch release system was never a good idea because it simply wasn't strong enough or mechanically engineered to function with ease and smoothness, especially over time. This is why Ford ultimately went to cable clutch release systems in 1974 and later model Mustangs. Cable is linear. Cable is smooth. And cable is purely better.
Modern Driveline makes it easy to go from equalizer bar in your 1971-73 Mustang or Cougar to cable clutching in an afternoon and we're going to show you how on the "Rebuilding Generation's"Ãƒâ€šÃ‚Â 1971 Mustang convertible. To make this conversion easier to see, we have removed the Mustang's instrument panel and dashboard. It is suggested you remove the instrument cluster and dashboard for easier access. READ MORE>>>