Which cllutch fork? 94GT

lutter94

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For some reason some sites list that as 96+, but others have parts that are 94-04, both Ford XR3Z7515AA, and aftermarket. It should fit...

Late Model Restoration lists your part as 94-04
 

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I can tell you this: with the exception of the weight bolted to it my '95 fork was identical to a stock '03 Cobra fork. My money would be on that they are 94-04.
 

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Be careful...American Muscle listed a respected aftermarket clutch fork for my 94 but it turned out to be entirely different length & it would not work! They traded me for a new stock Ford model that did work...I forget all the details now years later, sorry but there are two different lengths being sold as correct for SN95'S...
 

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The foxbody forks definitely wont work. They are shorter and clocked in a different position, so stay away from anything 93 and below. To add to that, if your using a T5 from a 93 and below, trans and bellhousing, use the 93 and below fork. Darn bastard 94-95 cars!
 

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I found the issue I was talking about....AM has changed the description to show that the Lakewood Heavyduty clutchfork only works with the Lakewood Bellhousing!! I thought I was doing good when I bought it but no it was too short.

American Muscle kindly exchanged it even months after I had bought it, good customer service. So no issue anymore.
 

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Thanks for the replies all, Any idea what the purpose of the weight is?

Took me forever to find out the answer to this. Best I could find is that it's there for drive-ability and a more consistent pedal feel. It also may help with vibrations through the pedal. It's not necessity.
 

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