I am finally getting around to putting that 6cyl in my '83 ford 3/4 ton 4wd pickup. Replacing a '72 460 out of a car that previous owner used to replace the original '83 diesel. The 460 needs an expensive rebuild and I dont need a 460. Anyway the 6 is out of a '77 and clutch housing doesnt have the nub that the '83 slave cylinder clips to. This is also that infamous Ford all plastic non-adjustable hydraulic clutch system that is biggest pain in rear I ever ran across. (worked on a couple for other people) Expensive to repair also (can buy parts individually at parts store, but Ford says replace everything as a pre-bled unit). It still works, but looks very old so no telling how much longer (its all plastic after all). To keep it, I would pretty much have to go buy another clutch housing that has the nub or get very creative with the welder. Alternatives are to design my own mechanical linkage, or go to junkyard and try to find factory mechanical linkage off an '80 or '81. Or I can go to an aftermarket Wilwood hydraulic setup. The Wilwood master and slave together would set me back around $100 (less than AutoZone replacements for existing Ford setup and I hate the existing setup, did I mention that?) and are made of aluminum. Apparently drag racers and 4wd engine swappers like this Wilwood setup from what I read on the web. Also even though I am pretty good at designing various mechanical linkages, its wet and cold outside and I am not really wanting to spend anymore time on this than necessary. The Wilwood setup looks fairly easy to adapt. Comments? Anybody here ever use this universal Wilwood setup?