Clutch/shifting problem (1 Viewer)

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I recently replaced the clutch master and slave cylinders on my '79 FJ40. Since then I have noticed that there is a little bit of grinding when I shift gears when the truck is cold. It seems to stop after it warms up to normal operating temperature.

Does this indicate that I don't have the slave cylinder adjusted right? If so, do I need to adjust it in (towards the body of the cylinder) or out (towards the clutch forks)? I'm thinking it is out...

I never noticed this before I replaced the units.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.
 
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Adjust the acorn nut out(longer) until you have about 3mm of freeplay between it and the clutch fork.
Should be good, assuming it is fully bled.

GL

Ed
 

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