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Clutch pedal on a '39B

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Chris (OR)

03-08-2004 08:10:55

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Well I managed to destroy the clutch via overstroking it.... The pedal missed the stop and kept going... Ripped two of the three fingers off the pressure plate.... I can tighten the pedal up some via washers but I would like to see about cleaning up the hole on the pedal. Has anyone tried to weld one of these or am I stuck with brazing it??? Any other suggestions???

Chris Horn
Scappoose Oregon

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03-08-2004 16:08:23

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 Re: Clutch pedal on a '39B in reply to Chris (OR), 03-08-2004 08:10:55  
i did something like Dick, drilled out to 5/8 or so, but then i set a piece of cold roll in the hole and welded it up solid. ground down, then redrilled the hole to 3/8.

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Dick L

03-08-2004 12:58:54

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 Re: Clutch pedal on a '39B in reply to Chris (OR), 03-08-2004 08:10:55  
I have bored out the hole in the clutch pedal and the torque tube and pressed in bronze motor bushings with the 1/2" ID. I don't remember for sure but I think the busing OD is 5/8". Just remember do not drill a 5/8" hole for the bushing with an electric drill or the hole will be large and the bushing will slide thru and not have a press fit. I drill a 1/32" under and use a reamer. Since reamer are not cheap,(you can use this trick.) you can drill the 1/32 under, place the 5/8" bit in your drill. Clamp a pair of vice grips on the drill bit next to the chuck, and ream with the standard drill bit. The reason to chuck up the drill bit is to keep the bit from cocking and binding.

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