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Re: clutch friction point

To: "G Graham" <>,
Subject: Re: clutch friction point
From: "Paul Hunt" <>
Date: Fri, 21 May 1999 20:08:47 +0100
Variation is usually the effect of wear in the clevis pin and the bist it
connects together.  It is 'self adjusting' in that it pushes the slave
cylinder back just far enough.  Where a pull-off spring is fitted to give
clearance for a roller bearing release bearing there also has to be a stop
to prevent the slave getting pushed back in too far, which would make the
clutch engage near the floor.


-----Original Message-----
From: G Graham <>
To: MG Mailing List <>
Date: 21 May 1999 02:30
Subject: clutch friction point

>Is there a way to adjust the "friction point" (that is, where the clutch
>actually engages/disengages in the pedal travel) or is this a function
>of wear?
>74B (200 miles today, top down, sun out, life is good)
>^!!^     "iwlf"
>  A

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