It wouldn't supprise me if this was already done 5 years ago and post on one of the many hybrid sites.
I don't have any aspirations for taking on a chore like that.I mean, the thing *only* has 110 parts in it. Most of those little springs look perfect for jumping off the driveway into the grass, to never be found again. And when this happens, good luck telling the parts guy which one it was: "It's the little one! The L-I-T-T-L-E O-N-E!"
ok, i kno u kno ur stuff, and i'm not trying to argue, there's just some misunderstanding, and yes the clutch disc and pressure plate mate the tranny to the flywheel but the pressure plate is bolted to the flywheel with the clutch disc inbetween the two. what is involved in the conversion from cable to hydraulic? and what are the advantages to hydraulic over cable?
hey sup ok so you say you have a cable clutch ok fine but i think the guy is saying that if you switch to a hydrolic system and have all the parts that you can do it ok so now you know it can be done you just have to research what all you have to do to do it i dont think any further detail can be obtained via the thread.