Ok I will have to look when i get home. I want to say i may not be able to thread the linkage far enough in (shorten it up) to achieve the 1" of free play. When you say add a spring so the pedal is pushed all the way back up --- where are you mounting this spring?You need to adjust the linkage so that there is about an inch of free play at the pedal. That means that you can push the pedal down about an inch before the throwout bearing touches the pressure plate fingers. You can feel it touch by wiggling the linkage back and forth, or look through the access port at the bottom of the bell housing if there is one, or the clutch fork hole. You do not want the TOB ever touching the pressure plate in the relaxed position or it will wear very fast. Adjust this at the lower push rod. I like to add a spring so that the pedal is pulled all the way back up. That makes all the linkage follow along and pulls the TOB away from the fingers. Remember, inches at the pedal equals millimeters at the TOB. The factory geometry is such that you get the inch of free play while also getting total clutch disengagement.
Oh good call, no i do not (kit did not come with one)
Dixie also has a discount code for Gbody Fourm members.Oh good call, no i do not (kit did not come with one)
Right now where it rests, it takes full force to push it down (no free play at all) Then it is basically fully engaged when it is even with the brake pedal (wont go any farther down)
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