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Old 02-26-2017, 08:38 AM
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Default How do I connect arm of slave cylinder to clutch pedal?

I`m using an external slave cylinder set up that Mike Forte sells. (He built my engine)
How do I get it connected to the arm of the clutch pedal?
I`m thinking a clevis is needed but, it looks like given the angle of the arm in the pedal box, it may bind up.
Or is it my imagination?

I`m using the pedal box that A&C supplies.



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Old 02-26-2017, 08:45 AM
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It looks like you have some alignment issues related to using a clevis. If it were me, I would make a block that mounts on the inside of the arm (between the arm and the pedal box) with a pin that goes through the hole in the arm. Drill a hole in the block that aligns with the alignment of the cylinder rod and use double nuts to lock it down once adjusted. With the pin in the arm, the block will spin as needed with the rod alignment. Use a washer and a cotter pin to secure the outside of the pin through the arm.

Hope this makes sense. Let me know if you need a better explanation and I'll send you a pic or my phone number.

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Old 02-26-2017, 04:41 PM
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Default Pedal assembly

Install the pedal assembly and get your brake MC set up and adjust it for pedal height. As for the clutch mc, I had to cut the shaft to get it connected and at the same height as the brake pedal.
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