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Old 10 Jul 2016, 03:28 pm
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Default Disassemble Clutch Master Cylinder?

I know the Clutch Adjustment subject has been done to death - which is probably why I can't find the answer to my question. Too many threads...

Thanks to the info I found here, I just made it through replacing the clutch pedal bushing and adjusting the travel, but I'm thinking about a better aftermarket design. Whether my idea would work depends on one critical question:

Can I remove the actuator rod from the clutch master cylinder without destroying the MC?

All the new-part photos show the rod separated from the master cylinder but it looks like the rod end snaps into the piston and may or may not be removable after insertion.

If anyone has pulled a clutch master cylinder apart and can answer that question, I'd be most appreciative.


PS - Yes, I know about the Rage-Tek adjustment assembly. I want to do something entirely different.
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