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Correct Clutch Pedal Adjustment

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I recently had installed a South Bend DD clutch (sdd3250) and replaced the hydraulics with south bend as well. My question is what is the correct "Clutch Pedal adjustment", should this be set such that the clutch behaves a certain way (aside from engage/disengage ok). or just set pedal height to one's desired comfort level or maybe it's none of the above and I missed something lol. Right now the clutch pedal is about 1" above brake pedal.If you have a double disk clutch, would you mind sharing with me how different the truck drove after the install. I went from a stock clutch with worn out south bend hydraulics to double disk.Thanks in advance,Tony

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I don't know that there is any way to adjust the clutch on these tucks, and my clutch pedal has always come up higher than the brake pedal. I went to a full ceramic double disk clutch from stock and it grabs a lot harder when starting out and is sometimes a bit jumpy when starting out.

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aftermarket hydros are adjustable

What he said^^^. When I replaced my hydros I asked the guys down at DAP and they said to just make sure the clutch starts to engage when the pedal is about 1 or 2 inches off the floor. It does not really matter where the clutch pedal ends up once the clutch is fully engaged.

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