Mine broke and I'm having a hard time finding a replacement. there must be 20 different clutch linkage type springs listed in the catalogs and the ones I think might be it from the descriptions don't match the photo's.
On 67-68 mustangs there is a bracket that mounts to the firewall. The parking brake assembly (under the dash) has two studs that go through the firewall. this braket goes onto those studs and then is held down by two nuts.
The spring that I need goes from that bracket to the equalizer bar.
Looking at NPD's catalog, page 98, there is a clutch rod retracting spring, part number 7523-1, that should be it, but the picture of the 7523-1 is of a spring that is WAY too long.
Any 67-68 guys know of any sources for the spring I need, or at least a definite part number for it?
I have a Lowe's spring in there now, but its too stiff/strong, makes my leg sore in traffic.
BTW, I already bought a C6ZZ7591A "clutch release lever retracting spring" thinking that was it, but turns out its for the bottom of the equalizer to the clutch fork, and to top it off, it came in a genuine Ford bag and doesn't match the original I have.