While all the alternative methods are fine, I have simply welded these
things and drilled a new hole because it's easy and fast, and I have a
welder and torches and stuff. You could probably find someone to fill
the hole for you at little to no cost. If you brought it to me, I
wouldn't charge you for it. But if you offered me a beer, I'd accept!
David Ambrose wrote:
> We've traced our clutch problem to a seriously worn clutch pedal. The
> hole where the clevis pin goes is oblong and adds about another 1/4
> inch of play at the master cylinder.
> Is there any way to repair the pedal without welding?
> Alternatively, does anyone have a good clutch pedal they'd like to sell?
> Dave Ambrose