I've got a 92 Civic (first year with a hydraulic clutch instead of a simple cable) with a slight clutch fluid leak somewhere, and I'm curious if, when it gets bad enough to need fixing, it might be feasible to just replace it with a straight cable. My old (88) Civic had a cable instead of hydraulics for the clutch and the feel/response of the clutch pedal was a lot better. Aside from that, it just seems a lot simpler/cheaper to maintain and a lot better environmentally.
Anyway, is this replacement feasible? What would it involve?