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I did my pedal bushings which made a great improvement side to side but I still have fore and aft play in the clutch of at least an inch.  Thoughts?

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Sitting in mine and have the same play in it. I can put my foot under the pedal and move it up about an inch. Never really given it a thought. There no adjustment that I know of for that unless you have aftermarket hydraulics with an adjustable clutch rod. Cant see that it hurts anything though.

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5 minutes ago, Mopar1973Man said:

Most likely master cylinder is worn out. There is a bushing in the rod too. 

 

Might very well be. I only got about 7 years out of the OE. The auto zone replace has 10 years on it. It is working fine right now as far as operating the clutch.

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behind the little clip that you pop up the center piece and slide off?  I am going to try the bushing first, floor is dry. 

 

I can't seem to find even an image of the bushing, I know on my OBS ford I switched it to a heim joint.  Are there are mod options for these trucks as well?  That joint made the ford clutch pedal really nice.

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8 hours ago, portlandareae28 said:

Can the bushing be purchased separately?  I can’t find any info on it.

 

Because it comes part of the master cylinder kit only. Once the rod is snapped into place there is no way to remove it.

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