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Does a 1992 Storm have a clutch cable or hydraulics?

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2005-09-25 15:04:49
2005-09-25 15:04:49

I believe they are all cable but I'm not positive on that. I know the base is a cable. A way to tell is look at the enigine from the front, have a friend push the clutch in while you are looking at the top of the trans (below the area between the air box & engine) look for a cable attached to a metal arm it should move up when he pushes in the clutch, there's your cable.

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