Clutch Pedal Conversion Pin
|This pin is used to replace the large pin on the early clutch pedals to convert them to the late small pin design. This allows you to use my high quality brass bushing instead of the steel on steel. It also allows you to convert the early and mid design all steel clutch pedals with the large pin into the small late design pin.
Clutch Pedal Conversion Pin (shown with brass bushing)
To install it you have to remove the clutch pedal. You then hacksaw off the swegged over end of the original pin and pound it out. The new pin just bolts in.
If you have the early style banjo (the one on the left in the picture below) on your master cylinder you will need the conversion pin with bushing.
If you want to tack weld the nut instead of using a nylock nut I have unplated half nuts on hand. Just tell me this and I will include a steel half nut instead of the nylock nut.
Upgrade your clutch pedal with my weld in super duty clutch pedal kit:
NOTE: If you are ordering a small pin clutch mater cylinder from me it will have the bushing included with the clutch master. Just order the conversion pin without the bushing.
- Clutch pedal conversion pin (no bushing): $15.99
- Clutch pedal conversion pin with brass bushing: $18.99
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