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Old 03-29-2023, 05:21 AM
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Default Holley adjustable clutch master

has any used the holley adjustable clutch master with the DSE firewall bracket? just curious how you mounted it. seems the Ubolt that comes with the clutch master is larger than the holes in the DSE firewall bracket. should I open up the DSE bracket holes or use smaller bolts on the clutch master? any tips would be great thanks.
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Personally I would open the holes on the bracket and use the larger bolt size from the master cylinder.
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