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What do we use for a replacement for the original leather clutch fork/bellhousing boot?

Had a look through the files and on fleabay, but without physically looking at a part it is hard to to see if it will fit,


thanks, Al.
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Slick56;

There are at least two companies here in the states sell them, MAC's Antique Auto Parts and Bob Drake Ford. They are leather with the steel retainer clips, but when I bought one I couldn't get it to fit correctly. I think that others have had similar experiences.

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Got mine from one of the T-Bird parts suppliers. Had trouble fitting it also. The last one I bought many years back from Ford when they still had them didn't fit well either.
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Has anyone tried one of these from a 67-70 big block Mustang?


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sorry 'bout the pic size, copied from fleabay

                      
http://forums.y-blocksforever.com/Uploads/Photos/4b58037a-f148-462d-9430-66cf.jpg
'56 Fairlane Hardtop, 292 manual 3sp
'52 Aussie Mainline ute, 289w AOD  

Barossa Valley Ford Club
South Australia






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