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Sunday, March 15, 2015

Clutch and brake pedal assembly done!


Had some new washers made for the clutch pedal from stainless steel, The old ones where beyond rescue....







6 comments:

  1. Jimmy,

    I like the finished product. Hopefully, mine will look like this (and work great too) sometime soon.

    Gary

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    1. Gary

      I am convinced you will do a great result !!

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  2. Awesome site Jimmy! Thanks for all the pictures and guidance.
    Can I ask - did you install a residual valve with your dual MC drum / drum setup?

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    1. Thanks William.

      Amazing you actually found a post that I apparently have forgotten to make. The post on brake line routing and inline residual valves.

      Yeap I did mount one one residual valve on each chamber/system as close to the MC as possible but after the brake light switch.

      I will make a post as soon as I have the time.

      I used wilwoods inline red residual valves, cant remember the size at the moment??

      Thanks for appreciating my page :-)

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  3. I've been following your build and I admire your craftsmanship and attention to detail. I'm in the process of rebuilding the brake master cylinder set up and upgrading to Power Disc so I need to remove the clutch and brake pedal assembly. How do you remove the roll pin that is at the clutch pivot arm next to the brake pedal.Does it punch out from the top or bottom?

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    1. Hello Smitty
      I am flattered for all the kind words.
      The roll pin punches out from both sides. It is not directional dependent.
      Good luck with the upgrade :-)

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