Clutch pedal bump stop install

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Elcaminoken

Not-quite-so-new-guy
Feb 5, 2019
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I just bought a clutch pedal bump stop for my 1980 elco 4 speed. It didn't previously have one in it and I can't seem to find anywhere online with a how to on where to place it exactly. Id rather have some guidance before just bolting it to the floor behind the clutch pedal. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Much thanks
 
fleming442

fleming442

Geezer
Dec 26, 2013
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Is it a factory piece or a universal? Placement really depends on how you have things adjusted and where it will be most effective. I made one in the 67 that prevents me from pushing through the master cylinder max stroke. It has an internal stop, but I over did it once.
 
fleming442

fleming442

Geezer
Dec 26, 2013
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Now, I'm confused: is it a floor stop or a return bumper? The return bumper goes to the column support; it had a barb molded in that fit into a slot in the column support. I don't know what you bought or how you would install it from the link....
 
gnvair

gnvair

Master Mechanic
Sep 1, 2018
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Southern New Jersey near Philly
If you look at the pedal assembly on the bottom in the picture......
Look for the black brake light switch and then directly above it is the bracket with two bolts in it.
 
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Elcaminoken

Not-quite-so-new-guy
Feb 5, 2019
14
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Ooohhhhhhhhhh. There it is. Lol. Now i feel a little like an idiot. Thank you very much guys. I was about to bolt it to the floor or something lol. Much appreciated guys.
 

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