Clutch pedal kind sticking at bottom

limp

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Looking at your pictures here..... I just don't get why you would need a longer clutch fork ( yes I can see why in the picture) The transmission and the clutch cable housing all mount in the same place as a stock bell????
Could the clutch fork pivot ball be mounted in a different spot in the lakewood???
 
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impropernick

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At least that’s good news.
I’m not seeing 15203 as a currently available part number, but if your clutch pukes, your toes and dash are safer.

Yeah, it's definitely an older one, and looks like it was replaced with a newer model. BUT, it was free with the trans, so i'll take it!
Looking at your pictures here..... I just don't get why you would need a longer clutch fork ( yes I can see why in the picture) The transmission and the clutch cable housing all mount in the same place as a stock bell????
Could the clutch fork pivot ball be mounted in a different spot in the lakewood???
Yeah I don't get it either, maybe the ball is in a different location like you said? . I did find a thread from several years ago where the guy was saying the same thing, that the fork just BARELY protruded out the bell, he called holley and they said a stock fork would work on the bell. And another guy had chimed in and said he's been using a stock one for 10 years and it's been fine. However, with my setup I don't really want to run that kind of an angle on my cable, so the mcleod extended fork it is, now hopefully THAT fits properly...
 

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Looking at your pictures here..... I just don't get why you would need a longer clutch fork ( yes I can see why in the picture) The transmission and the clutch cable housing all mount in the same place as a stock bell????
Could the clutch fork pivot ball be mounted in a different spot in the lakewood???
The bellhousing "bell" is physically larger.
 

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The bellhousing "bell" is physically larger.
Agreed, but that would not have anything to do with the cable angle?? If the hole where the cable attached was in a different place, the Transmission would not bolt on?? Just tossing out thoughts here..... I stayed at a Best Western last night......
 

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Agreed, but that would not have anything to do with the cable angle?? If the hole where the cable attached was in a different place, the Transmission would not bolt on?? Just tossing out thoughts here..... I stayed at a Best Western last night......
Sure it does. The clutch fork holds the throwout bearing in ONE spot. So taking that into account,with a larger bell the stock clutch forks length is smaller. @impropernick ,I have my car back,but haven't a chance to look at my cable setup.
 
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speakin of the Best Western wuz gunna say "the angle of the dangle" in last 2 pic #8.
Isnt it a straight shot from where the plastic insert for the cable is, thru the anodized
holder, to the clutch fork mount better not offset as here? No trans removal...cant the
firewall hole B moved over so its a straight shot from fork to anodized? Move it insteda
da odder 2?