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|cgeo||anybody ever heard of a way to add some kind of power assist to the clutch? My wife has a bad leg and needs help pushing the clutch in. We have a JD 1050, about 1987.
|Jay Ellen Arment||You may have to adapt to a hydraulic clutch. I did on my ford diesel ruck. We used a brake master cylinder from an interrnational scout, and used a semi-truck trailer cast iron brake slave cylinder. The cylinder had a .75 inch bore, and was a SINGLE PISTON brake cylinder available at generic brake part store for trucks. It decreased the clutch force by about half.