It should be round, a close fit to the clevis pin. That is as it should
be for all the clevis pins in the car, including brake and handbrake
You could replace the pushrod or fill and re-drill. Check the clevis
pin for a wear notch too.
The clutch slave tends to collect grit in the oil that accumulates on
the pin, making a grinding paste. Spraying with WD40 from time to time
may help to rinse away the grinding paste and to provide a bit of clean
On Tue, 24 May 2005 19:17:23 -0500 "Brian Lundgren"
> Is the hole in the pushrod of clutch slave cylinder supposed to be
> oval, or is
> mine just flat worn out?? Trying to get my *new* 79B on the road,
> the slave.........
> Brian R. Lundgren