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B clutch finger bolts all the way in

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buzz36

04-02-2008 20:42:21




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guys the clutch finger adjust bolts look to be all the way in and there is little clutch pedal
I osted a fe days ago here asking about it but now i had some time to look it over now any suggestions
bolts are all the way screwed in and there is about 3/8 gap between them and the thow out bearing when pedal isall the way back
also the clutch seems to hae little travel between engage and di engage
again sorry for asking but not sure what my optiuons are at this point
i would think if i loosen the screws up that would make things worse??

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reichstall1

04-04-2008 16:26:20




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 Re: B clutch finger bolts all the way in in reply to buzz36, 04-02-2008 20:42:21  
i split mine since i was just putting it back together from rebuild. so it was not so bad the 2 inchs are from the clutch plate to the face of the finger



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buzz36

04-03-2008 18:23:14




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 Re: B clutch finger bolts all the way in in reply to buzz36, 04-02-2008 20:42:21  
not sure how you get 2 inch adjustment
also cant get any 1/2 tool socket or wrench though the hole I try 3/8 reg and deep socket offset wrench1/2 reg and deep and 360 swivel no luck the only thing i did was trun the engine a little bit when i had on grab
these bolt are in tight also if i bring them out wont that increase the gap



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reichstall

04-03-2008 16:41:25




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 Re: B clutch finger bolts all the way in in reply to buzz36, 04-02-2008 20:42:21  
i just went through this go back a few post i set mine at 2 inches from the plate the book says 1 13/16 wrong idea on there part



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