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    Hey guys, has anybody modified an 86 pedal box to fit a ke70?

    ive got one coming for mine and i could do with some advice for fitting it in.
    if it doesn't want to fit im gonna make it fit regardless because i still think it'll be easier than modifying my old ke70 set...

    I probably could've sorced an AE71 box but im too impatient for that so i went with the 86 option

    If there is enough interest i will post up my progress and try and help others who journey down the same path

    Thanks guys...

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    wont fit without some mods. Bit of work needed to make it fit really. you'll need a welder and some bits of steel to make a bracket.

    easier to make a T18 one fit. or even less work to mod the KE one to suit a Hydraulic master

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    just ghetto it up man, few self tappers and some paddle pop sticks.

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    yeah we got plate steel and a mig at the workshop so i might go for that option

    i think ghetto is the way to go but if any body wants to see how i ghetto it up let me know and i'll do a "bush mechanics" post up of the whole thing

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    so no ones seen it done?

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    ive done it. if you have a mig and some steel, its not that hard. just take your time getting the placement right.



    there it is.

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    I've just swapped a manual KE70 into my auto. A bit of a mission getting them in and out..

    Why the AE86 pedals?

    http://www.ke70.com/forum/index.php?...t=0&#entry9485

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    because if you want to use a 4age with a t50 for example, you will need a hydraulic clutch set up.

    ke70 is cable. ae71 is hydraulic, but rare and expensive.

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    should not the car i converted was orginally auto.

    this photo

    shows the difference in pedal boxes. you might need to hack it up a bit to make room for the 86 pedal.

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    ke70 is cable. ae71 is hydraulic, but rare and expensive
    Ah- I see. There is an '84 AE71 at the wreckers here in Orange with a clutch cyl & pedal box in... $90 plus pstage would buy it, not sure if that's expensive or not.

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