junk, thanks for the reply, i got that done, like you said i pulled tranny, found pressure plate had cracked a small peice off, and pilot bushing was way gone, so i installed new clutch and had flywheel surfaced, installed tranny and guess what??
it didn't work, back to bleeding the system, to no avail, junked the napa master ordered a gm slave witch complete pre bled from gm, installed that and guess what did not work, measured throw of the slave and it was same as we had before.
comes out that car had been wrecked and the firewall had been pushed forwar, thus not allowing enough pedal to be givin top the clutch before hitting the floor, guy did not want to reinforce area, as it seemed pretty stiff so i lengthened the master rod so it pulled the pedal further from the floor, thus giving it enough play to shift properly, problem fixed, had customer sign invoice stating car had been wrecked and we had to cusotmize clutch master rod, what a nightmare, but its done and its been almost a year with no problems, damn i hate those jobs, kinda funny how nothing was said about car being a fixed wreck when it came in . man do i like the old clutch linkage, more than enough throw no matter what, these hydraulic ones need the complete pedal travel or they will shift hard or not at all, whoever repaired car did a nice job as it was barely noticeble in the firewall area on that side, but i guess they did not think about the clutch
1968 Camaro streetfighter, 18x10,18x12 ccw's,tq arm rear,apex c6 front sub,ls6 asa cammed dry sump,t-56,335/30/18 and 275/35/18 toyo r888
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