Vacuum clutch assembly

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1stdarrin
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Vacuum clutch assembly

Post by 1stdarrin » Wed Nov 20, 2013 6:57 pm

Vacuum clutch on 37-38 v12s

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Re: Vacuum clutch assembly

Post by Dave Czirr » Wed Nov 20, 2013 8:52 pm

I'm not sure I understand your post. Yes, they had them. What specifically are you inquiring about?

1stdarrin
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Re: Vacuum clutch assembly

Post by 1stdarrin » Sun Nov 24, 2013 7:16 am

I am in the process of restoring a '37 & '38 Both V12s 1507 & 1607, and I am totally missing the petals servos and linkage for one and the other is all apart, aside from the serve manual which shows the assembly but not how it fits in the car/frame, I need info on how it is assembled as well as how it fits in the frame and how the vacuumed line tie in to the calving and filter that are riveted to the frame. Another challenge is the fact the it looks like the master cylinder bolts to the frame to the out side of the clutch mechanism. So any help and or direction would be very appreciated.

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Re: Vacuum clutch assembly

Post by 1stdarrin » Sun Nov 24, 2013 10:11 am

I am in the process of restoring a '37 & '38 Both V12s 1507 & 1607, and I am totally missing the petals, servos and linkage for one and the other is all apart and some small parts may be missing, aside from the service manual which shows the assembly but not how it fits in the car/frame, I need info on how it is assembled as well as how it fits in the frame and how the vacuum line tie in to the valving and filter that are riveted to the frame. Another challenge is the fact the it looks like the master cylinder bolts to the frame to the out side of the clutch mechanism. So any help and or direction would be very appreciated.

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