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B 61 clutch pedal linkage stop screw


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Im tall and my sons are even taller yet and my problem is that the released clutch pedal comes up so high making it hard to get your foot up on top of it...The clutch seems to meet the adjustment specs in the Mack book,grabs about half way up and does not slip but I have 4 inches of down travel till you start to feel some resistance...can I use the stop screw on the linkage to limit how far the released pedal comes up..Im thinking if I could adjust the stop and take out 2 inches at the top I would then have about 2 inches of free play...any ideas,,,thanks Jim

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I would say as long as the release bearing doesnt have pressure on it it should be fine. i would remove the inspection cover and make sure that there is ample clearance between the yoke and release bearing (not preloaded causing the bearing to prematurly fail) if you can accomplish that it should be fine.

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