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Clutch pedal stopper height

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My car was originally an auto. I’m in the process of restoring it, and I’m getting close. I put a 4 speed in it, but there is no standoff on the firewall to prevent the clutch pedal going to far.
Could someone do me a big favor and measure the height of this clutch pedal stopper (including the rubber pad)?? Please measure starting from the metal firewall, not the insulation.
Greatly appreciated. Here’s the part I’m referencing…
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And in case anyone is converting from and auto to a manual, and needs a clutch pedal stopper, here was my $4 solution. Everything was purchased at Ace hardware…

3 inch 3/8 elevator bolt
Your choice of fender washers
2 nyloc nuts
Rubber or felt pad glued to elevator bolt head

Drill a 3/8 hole in the footwell, fender washers on either side of the sheet metal, tighten the nylocs on each side and your done. Adjust the height appropriately. In my case, it’s set at 1.8 inches as measured by grannyknot above.

It feels very solid and should work fine…


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