Hi, just toying with this idea of the hydraulic clutch. I think it's doable, just getting input from y'all. Keep in mind this is very crude as I haven't bought even a clutch pedal yet! So it's just all an idea with some mocking dne' Obviously the vise grips represent the clutch pedal and cardboard the actuator. the wiper motor presents an obstacle, but extending the clutch shaft can get by it. This steering shaft on ebay for about 20 bucks is 3/4" diameter. dissecting this rag joint with a 36" spline, it would allow some "adjustment" for the actuator rod. These bearings are 3/4 id and 1 3/8 od would replace the existing clutch holes. This is from performance parts warehouse for about 360.oo less the hydraulic hose. The problem is the MC in the pic with the 90 degree fitting makes the total length of 4.25", the room there is 4.5", that's not including the hydraulic hose attachment nut. Perhaps another MC could be used. this area behind the drivers side cylinder head, theres a bunch of room and the tape is an approximation where a hydraulic mc would go.