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Post by bayboy87 on Mon Mar 11, 2013 3:03 pm

i probally would be able to do it havent put much time in it yet with all thats been going on. got that stomach bug thats going around sunday oh it didnt start til i got to reynolds wasted my 30 dollars. this is for the rail im building is the spring about the only thing that can be replaced and ive lloked but is there a detailed breakdown of one
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Post by macollins105 on Mon Mar 11, 2013 9:18 pm

For this post, I will assume you have a standard VW bug pedal for your rail. You start at the base of the clutch pedal. Knock out the pin at the base of the clutch pedal that locks it to the shaft with a small punch. You are now able to remove the clutch pedal off the clutch pedal shaft. Once removed, you can knock the clutch pedal shaft out of the pedal assembly housing. This will only leave you with the gas pedal and brake pedal. The brake pedal is held on by a “C” clip and once removed; you can slide the brake pedal of the housing shaft. It is common for the brake pedal to get stuck and not want to slide over where the “C” clip use to be. I normally have use a small puller or hammer to get it off the assembly housing. Replace the brake return spring and put it all back together. I hope that made sense…
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Post by DiggerD on Mon Mar 11, 2013 9:41 pm

Bentley is your friend......... Wink
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Post by bayboy87 on Mon Mar 11, 2013 10:16 pm

yea im gonna try it out tom.
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Post by Gabass on Tue Mar 12, 2013 3:20 pm

You may have to drill out the pin. Use some very fine sand paper to make the pedals move on the shaft easier.
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Post by bayboy87 on Tue Mar 12, 2013 5:40 pm

i guess it'd help if i got the springs and stuff i need to rebuild it but had a sales call by the house hopefully get by bugeyed tomorrow.
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Post by Hookdriver on Wed Mar 13, 2013 9:53 am

I use a c-clamp that i modified into a pin driver. Works great t get it started. Use p blaster and heat. The pin will go eventually. While you have it all apart tap the top side of the mount block assembly for a zerk fitting so you can give it a shot of grease every couple months.
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