Lots of eyes in this thread, notice @Coolerman ‘s slave orientationThe manual says 8.5". There is no possible way in my truck to get there. It's 6.5" and just a tad higher than the brake pedal. Remember, this truck had a working clutch before I swapped out the dead engine.
As far as the push rod angle is concerned, I noticed the boot axle earlier too but it's either an optical illusion or it was hung on the spring. This shot isn't much better but it shows that it's straight.
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If your clutch pedal is only 6” above the floor something isn’t right. What was that measurement before you swapped in the 4 speed when it was driving?I have several clutch forks laying around. I decided to check and see what the difference was between the 3 and 4 speed arms. Other than the dog leg in the 4 speed version, the distances between the bearing mount, the pivot point, and the SC rod capture hole are exactly in the same positions. Same distances between too. The 4 speed fork is lust a little closer to the SC. With the exhaust right under it, it's tough to get a good look but everything seems to line up vey well to me. And I'm a perfectionist.