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Clutch Pedal Swap


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The clutch pedal on my 1971 240Z was changed out with one from a 1972-73 due to the pivot pin hole being in better shape. The clutch master cylinder rod had plenty of adjustment after the 72-73 pedal swap, but when the pedal was pushed to the floor it didn't hit the rubber on the stop plate. I reinstalled the clutch pedal that was on the car when I bought it and the pedal hits the stop, but the pedal heighth is now at least an inch lower than the brake pedal. I've bled the clutch several times using various methods. Has anyone had a problem with the pedal swap or have an idea on the pedal as well as the ease of pushing the clutch down. The car is being restored and I have not started it . New master cylinder and slave cylinder.

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