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I’m just taking a poll to see if there is any interest from the 4x4 community in hand operated clutches.
I would appreciate any feedfback.
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Jim Gray
 

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The device comes with a new shift knob with a billet aluminum lever thats
operated with one or two fingers. That's connected to a servomotor that
operates the clutch. None of this affects normal operation of the clutch pedal.
 

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Yeah, i have hand operated clutches too!! you pull the lever from park to drive with your hand, and holy shit you go!!!!


Sticks are for posers and :gay: !!!!! :rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl:


Anyways, I hate the smell of burning clutch material.... :roll: :roll:


That oughta get some guys riled up! It does sound like a neat addon, I would like to see the product in action though........



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Sandman said:
Got a pic? Is this something that you have developed?
They have been in Europe for over ten years, I have recently been importing them from Italy for the handicapped. That's what I do, I equip sports cars only for the handicapped. Alex Zanardi, past Indy car champ/Formula 1 driver lost both legs in a racing accident and is now using this equipment in his race car.I'm also working with Lance Magin ( factory Ford desert truck)to equip his racing truck.They are also used in rally cars in England, there is a rally club just for the handicapped.

The system is run from a potentiometer built into the shift know ( nice billet lever ) and runs an
electric servomotor which operates the clutch pedal via s.s. cable. You you can program the system to be linear or non linear.
 

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