Bear with my pics, some are not great. Picked up the stuff for my 4-speed swap. The pedals had worn pivot bushings and the clutch rod had worn an oblong hole into the pedal surface. I had to file the pedal rod hole flat and I drilled out the mount hole in the pedal and sleeved it with a bronze oilite bushing. You have to trim the bushing to fit but it works great. Also ordered the new pedal and brake pivot plastic bushings and installed new pivot support rods (these pieces all fit up inside the pedal pivot mounts). AN FYI for everyone. According to my GM dealer the metal pivot rods that the plastic bushings ride on are no longer available for 1984 and older trucks - how true that is who knows. He could not get them. The rods for 85 and up are about 1/4" too short, so if yours are worn you will have to buy the correct size steel pipe at the hardware store and cut it to the correct length. I did order the plastic rod bushing for the 85 and up because those are the same. 1st set of pics is the clutch rod bushing install. Second set is the brake/clutch pedal rod bushing set and worn rod support from broken bushing. Needless to say there is no play in the pedals now and the movement is perfecto.