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<x-flowed>On Jun 18, 2005, at 7:46 AM, Russ Wolfe wrote:
Item 1: Yes, if your clutch hasn't needed adjustment for a long time and
now does suddenly, you probably have a clutch cable starting to fray.
Item 2: You shouldn't have to bend it. You should be able to lift the bottom edge, and then finagle it out without bending it.
And replacing it will give me a chance to try and get the backing plate out more nicely.
On Jun 18, 2005, at 8:28 AM, BOB2TYPE3S@aol.com wrote:
might try using a vice grip on the nut side and wedging it so you don't loose
the entire setting, as the brake pedal stop plate only has to move a little bit.
You just need something to lever over the plate. I hope this helps.
On Jun 18, 2005, at 5:00 PM, Keith Park wrote:
Someone had a Kennedy clutch in there.... they always tear the stop plate
out of the floor among other things. You can remove it and bend the tang if
you dont want the pedal as far forward, or loosen it and slide it back and
forth. I eliminated about half my clutch pedal travel as it does no good.
So long as you can completely disengage the clutch, and then an inch or so
extra your fine. You also need the freeplay of coarse too.
Yeah, I have plenty of freeplay to get rid of at the front of the brakes and the clutch.
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