Clutch pedal shaft

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  1. 6Stang7

    6Stang7 New Member

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    Mustangs Plus has a pedal shaft repair kit, and I think it would a good idea while I have mine pedal out. My question is, how do you get the shaft off the pedal?

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    I ground the mushroomed part off the pedal end and used a punch to drive it out. The shaft is supposed to be installed by a punch-press that splits the end and mushrooms the end, but I just had the shaft welded to the pedal.
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    I did it the same way as mustangracer. Also, look into getting on of the roller bearing kits to replace those crappy plastic bushings while you have it out. I fabbed my own, but here's a link for ya

    http://www.mustangsteve.com/clutchbearings.html
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