Mechanical linkage isn\'t so bad when it\'s correct.... Two years ago I got the parts to swap my truck over to a 4 speed before hardly anyone had done it here (a few guys, but not many had done it yet). The guy at the junkyard just gave me the pedals and the linkage without the bracket that held them and told me that was enough. Last year when I did my swap in July, I had to cut part of my automatic pedal bracket to make it work with a sawzall and I used the long bolt from the 4 speed setup and put my clutch pedal in. It was a total disaster, my pedal wobbled like crazy, sometimes my clutch wouldn't relese all the way...it just totally pissed me off. So, the other day my friend got an '82 K20 for $300 that he only wanted the axles from and he cut it up and I asked him for the clutch pedals. Not only did he give me the whole bracket and the whole linkage, he gave me the bolt in trans tunnel too (I'll have to swap that in one day) So I took the time to swap that stuff in today, and remove a bunch of relays and electronic looking boxes that I am assuming belong to the cruse control crap that is no longer in my truck. DAMN! What a difference! I don't think I'm even going to bother swapping my truck to hydro clutch now. My mechanical linkage works perfect now. I am so happy I just can't believe it. My truck has a rusty oil pan on it that I've got to repair here pretty soon but other than that it's finally coming together. The main point of this post is that I can't believe how much happier I am with this whole setup now that it works correctly. To anyone that doesn't know, that bracket bolts to the spot in the cab that holds the steering column up and four of the bolts that hold that bracket go through the firewall and are bolted to the brake booster. Two other bolts hold the brake booster on for a total of 6 bolts to remove the booster from the cab. I just moved it off to the side and set it on the fender while I swapped the bracket in, bolted it all up, then put the steering column back in and hooked up the bar that goes from the Z bar to the pedal assembly. Basically, I re-installed my clutch linkage except I didn't have to mess with the Z bar or cut the whole in the floor because that was already done once. 4 speed swaps? /forums/images/graemlins/smile.gif Piece of cake now. Just don't half ass it, you'll hate the way your pedal works. I'm so much happier with my setup now. My nice diaphram cluch has more than "on" and "off" now. /forums/images/graemlins/smile.gif I also secured my inner fenders to the cab closer to the bottom with 3/8" grade 5 bolts. I definitely recommend anyone that is new to fender cutting to go ahead and do this. My inners are now secured out of the way all the way back to the cab so basically my tires would hit the cab if they end up hitting the inners. If you do this and your stuff ends up rubbing the inner, only moving your axle forward can help you then. /forums/images/graemlins/smile.gif What a day! I installed a new 3 core radiator that I got from Autozone with a lifetime warranty for $120 (well you guys can get it for $150 without the employee discount, still not a bad deal at all!!) When I fix my oil leak and get my 1 tons installed and sell what's left of my K30 and get my winch I'm going to be like a kid in a candy store.