SN95 94 clutch fork cover

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General karthief

wonder how much it would cost to ship you a pair
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The shelf in my garage. On the south side, third one up. Right next to the box with all the window switches.
Ow, sorry wrong year, the last 94-5 I had was still attached to the car.
 
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96pushrod

I think they're a little easier to get off
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Welp, there goes all my hope lol
If it makes you feel better, countless mustangs have been driven god knows how many millions of miles without clutch covers. I don’t think they’re that important, unless you live in a really dirty environment.

Sometimes local lkq around here get 94/95s in, but most transmissions you’ll see are missing the cover. You can try mps auto salvage.
 
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FiveOhGabe

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If it makes you feel better, countless mustangs have been driven god knows how many millions of miles without clutch covers. I don’t think they’re that important, unless you live in a really dirty environment.

Sometimes local lkq around here get 94/95s in, but most transmissions you’ll see are missing the cover. You can try mps auto salvage.
Yeah I tend to be in really dirty areas. Ill take a look at local pick a parts and the mps salvage.