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1994 chevy silverado 1500; how do you install a ball stud and clutch fork?

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  • greenacres1 Aug 22, 2010

    I also need to know this answer. I have my transmission out and the clutch fork to ball stud attachement was broke, so I was not able to see how they were connected to each other. When I put in my new clutch fork, how do I connect it to the ball stud? Any pictures or descriptions of how?

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Are you sure thats the problem if so,, you need to take transmission out to install a ball and new fork

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