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« on: April 17, 2014, 12:31:18 AM »

  Hey guys. I got the automatic pedal swapped in the '68 and now there is a problem: the pedal sits too high. It's an aftermarket piece from Rick's--surprise that an aftermarket part doesn't fit quite right. Everything swapped fine....the bushings and pins and master cylinder rod etc.. The new pedal is against the rubber bumper just as the stick pedal was, but it's about 3-4" too high from the floor and it's uncomfortable to cock my leg up and push it. Just another heads-up about aftermarket parts. If you can find an original part....FIND IT! It's worth the search and money.
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