I'm disabled with left leg problems.
I can drive a manual gearbox but it causes pain and is therefore avoided if possible.
A previous message seemed to indicate that a fully auto gearbox Fourtrak wasn't ever made.
I have, however, got a brand new / unfitted auto clutch system I bought for my previous vehicle - a Land Rover Discovery.
Problem is that it's for a hydraulic operated clutch and obviously not suitable for a Fourtrak.
The auto clutch is a very expensive item - over Ã‚Â£2000 installed and nearly Ã‚Â£1000 the for kit alone so simply buying a cable version isn't an option.
A quick thought is the existing cable could be used to work a modified pedal box off another vehcile (I've got a Range Rover one spare) if the opinion is that it's not possible to adapt the the pedal end.
Aspect I'm having difficulty thinking about (I haven't yet bought a Fourtrak to "experiment" with - no point if I cann't drive one !) is converting the actual clutch operating arm.
Has anyone ever converted a Fourtrak to hydraulic clutch operation and can give advise