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'38 B clutch pedal spring?

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Tyler(WA)

06-25-2003 16:24:16
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I adjusted the clutch per spec. and it works fine but where does the other end of the spring fit that connects to the cotter pin on the rod about 5-6 inches ahead of the clutch pedal?




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TexMac

06-25-2003 23:42:33
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 Re: '38 B clutch pedal spring? in reply to Tyler(WA), 06-25-2003 16:24:16  
There are 3 holes in the pedal. One for the rod, one for the pivot shaft, and one for the spring!



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John P. Martine

06-25-2003 20:14:04
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 Re: '38 B clutch pedal spring? in reply to Tyler(WA), 06-25-2003 16:24:16  
I'll scan a page from my IT Manual that has an exposed view of the clutch pedal and the rod. --JPM



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CHALMERSBOB

06-25-2003 19:06:24
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 Re: '38 B clutch pedal spring? in reply to Tyler(WA), 06-25-2003 16:24:16  
ONE END CONNECTS TO THE LOOP IN THE COTTER PIN THAT HOLDS THE PETAL ON THE SHAFT AND THE OTHER END CONNECTS TO A COTTER PIN INSERTED THROUGH A HOLE IN THE CLUTCH ROD. GOOD LUCK WITH YOUR B. BOB



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Tyler(WA)

06-25-2003 21:44:51
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 Re: Re: '38 B clutch pedal spring? in reply to CHALMERSBOB, 06-25-2003 19:06:24  
THAT's where that thing went. Thanks.



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Alvin NE WI

06-25-2003 18:33:35
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 Re: '38 B clutch pedal spring? in reply to Tyler(WA), 06-25-2003 16:24:16  
should have a hole in the clutch pedel.



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