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Manual Clutch and Body Lift?

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by skyyk5, Mar 8, 2007.

  1. skyyk5

    skyyk5 1/2 ton status

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    Has anyone had any troubles with a manual clutch and a 3" body lift? I might need to get the truck going fast. Would go hydro, But have all the linkage parts already.
     
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    i had a 2 inch body lift on my truck and all i done was cut the rod in half and added a 2 inch section to it
     
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    I put a 3" on a K10 but I used threaded rod & an adjustable turnbuckle. I had to lengthen the hole in the floor pan for the clutch rod.
     
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    I couldn't go anymore than 2" or it would bind, and I also had to cut a slightly larger hole for the rod. But otherwise the linkage is stock...
     
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    Like these guys said, lengthen the rod and move the hole in the floor back some.
     
  6. skyyk5

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    I'll try that! Thanks all.
     

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