CABLE ASSY, CLUTCH RELEASE, BBK, INCL HEAVY DUTY ADJUSTABLE CLUTCH CABLE, REPLACEMENT CABLE FOR KITS M-7K553-20A AND M-7K553-20B
These 1979-1995 Mustang BBK Heavy Duty Replacement Adjustable Clutch Cables are designed as direct replacements for M-7K553-20A or M-7K553-20B and other aftermarket quadrant kits. For use with an aftermarket quadrant only. For even more adjustability BBK recommends a BBK billet aluminum firewall adjuster (M-7C511-2C) to give you easy fine adjustments to your BBK clutch cable.
Heavy Duty Construction:
Heavy gauge braided cable is used for maximum durability. BBK SN95 Mustang clutch cables feature high quality hardware and steel bracket to ensure a long service life. A high durometer rubber bushing is used at the firewall end, but can be easily removed to fit with a BBK firewall adjuster (M-7C511-2C).
BBK Mustang clutch cables fit the same as stock on either end, however you will need to use an aftermarket clutch quadrant. The factory quadrant is a plastic 2-piece self adjusting unit and is not compatible with an adjustable cable.
Ford Mustang Years:
1979, (79), 1980 (80), 1981 (81), 1982 (82), 1983 (83), 1984 (84), 1985 (85), 1986 (86), 1987 (87), 1988 (88), 1989 (89), 1990 (90), 1991 (91), 1992 (92), 1993 (93), 1994 (94), 1995 (95)
NPD Part Number : M-7K553-19A Manufacturer Reference #'s: BBK 3517
Product Instructions and Additional Info:BBK Clutch Release Cable Assy Instruction
1982-1993 MUSTANG 5.0L, W/ 5SM/T, W/ AFTERMARKET QUADRANT ONLY
1994-1995 MUSTANG 5.0L, W/ 5SM/T, W/ AFTERMARKET QUADRANT ONLY
WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including lead and DEHP, which are known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.
The E-clip that holds the cable in place, is broke in half. The best part is, the other half of the broken clip isn't even in the box. I was sent half a broken E-clip. Doesn't anyone check the boxes contents before they are shipped.
Submited on November 25, 2018 by Edgar A.