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  • ChampTrucking
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    Wanna buy the clutch pedal linkage off a 63 Lark? I am pretty sure its still around here somewhere.

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  • mbstude
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    Thanks Alan and Dan. I apparently got confroosed.

    I need to get books besides ones that cover trucks.

    BTW. Can you tell me what the bracket I pictured fits?

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  • ROADRACELARK
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    Matt,

    I think it's pretty much anything with through-the-floor pedal systems, even trucks, IIRC.

    Dan Miller
    Auburn, GA

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    Road Racers turn left AND right.

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  • Alan
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    Through the floor pedals need that bracket.

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  • mbstude
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    That's what I was beginning to figure out. Is it only Hawks that have that piece?

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  • rayoung55
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    Matt,

    I think that the clutch linkage in the 63-64 hanging pedal cars is the same for the three and four speed cars. There is no bracket that goes on the trans. Check in the parts book if you have one. The picture is pretty clear.

    Rob

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  • mbstude
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    I should've posted this pic the first time, might make it easier.

    I found these two pieces laying where my T10 was setting. Are either for a 4 speed Lark?

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  • Alan
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    Sorry Matt, I have all the interior stuff but that piece is made of unobtainium. Ask Al Songer how he did it. Or if you can get someone to loan you one for a month or two I could make one. But I need something in the hand to make hard dimensions for.

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  • mbstude
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    The "hard to find" piece for the 4 speed cars. I think it's the bracket/pivot that bolts to the tranny.

    Preferably out, Alan. Thanks.

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  • Alan
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    Matt, In the car? or out? I will get you some when it stops raining.

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  • rkapteyn
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    Please describe better of what you need a picture of!
    Hanging pedals pivots??
    Bob

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  • mbstude
    started a topic clutch pivot

    clutch pivot

    Could someone post a pic of the clutch pedal pivot for a '63-64 4 speed Lark?

    Matthew Burnette
    Your Friendly Stude Trim Bender


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