clutch pedal

Discussion in '40- & 55-Series Tech' started by froggy, Nov 4, 2005.

  1. froggy

    froggy

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    I tried a 1977 fj-40 this morning and to my surprise, the clutch pedal is a lot smoother than my 1971. Is this normal? My master ,slave, and hoses (ss braided)
    are new. It has always been like this and works well. I'm just curious. Maybe I have a super extra heavy duty clutch :D BTW, I have the 4 speed clutch disk and pressure plate with the 3 speed tranny , fork and cylinder setup.



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    thanks
     
  2. oldman

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    Could be as simple as the bushing the pedal is pivoting on.
     
  3. froggy

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    when I took of the master cylinder, the clutch pedal was moving easily......

     
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