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red04svtcobra
10-15-2007, 04:16 AM
This kit is very easy to install and is recommended for anyone with aftermarket firewall adjusters and quadrants. It consists of a metal tube and a spring. What it does is it keeps the TOB from riding on the fingers of the pressure plate by taking out the freeplay. I jacked the car up on all fours because I was installing other items too. What you need to do is remove the cover here to gain access to the clutch fork and cable.
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Once that is removed you need to reove the cale from the clutch fork, then slide the tube (small end first) over cable, then slide spring over cable, and reattach cable to the fork. You will need to leave the cover off if you are installing or have installed a FW adjuster and quadrant because you need to make sure that you can see the TOB while making adjustments. I will into that further in my next "how-to" which should be this evening some time. Here is the finished deal and was very easy to install.
Chris
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red04svtcobra
10-16-2007, 08:54 AM
can someone add this to the how to section on the front page for me?:thumbsup: