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    Only buy Ford, non-adjustable cables, the rest are crap
    @fndougie I agree with the rest, first check your quadrant under the dash at the firewall and see what you got before going to the clutch cable route.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RatedSVT View Post
    I think my clutch cable is starting to go on my 88 LX. my clutch pedal is starting to get a droop to it. Any fox guys recommend a good replacement cable or ones to stay away from?
    i would use the maximum motorsports unit with their firewall adjuster. dont mess around with adjustable cables. super good quality just a bit pricey
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    If anyone cares still. Twas indeed the cable being broken. They used part from American Muscle. I'm not sure if it is the part referenced above or not, but it works very well now.

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    Glad it sounds like it was an easy fix!
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    Quote Originally Posted by MGLT View Post
    Glad it sounds like it was an easy fix!
    Easy for somebody who knew what they were doing.

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