Wanted square clutch pedal

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floormanager
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Wanted square clutch pedal

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Looking for a clutch pedal square-type, suitable for a MK2. Happy if the hole is elongated, as I will get it welded up and re-drilled. Just need a clutch pedal.
Thanks,
Paul
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Any clutch pedals out there want to be in a Cooper S?
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Andrew1967
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Only found brake pedals so far Paul (not S ones).

Will have another look later on.
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Andrew1967 wrote: Sun Feb 14, 2021 11:37 am Only found brake pedals so far Paul (not S ones).

Will have another look later on.
Thanks Andrew. Need to build up a new clutch pedal as mine is opened up to 10mm!
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Can someone clarify if this is brake or clutch?
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I'd say that's brake, as I think the long shoulder goes to the inside of the pedal box, up against the same length shoulder on the clutch pedal...if that makes sense :? (might do now after correcting a typo :oops: :lol: )
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I’d agree - the spring sits on the longer tubes, between the pedals.
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floormanager wrote: Fri Feb 12, 2021 7:35 pm Looking for a clutch pedal square-type, suitable for a MK2. Happy if the hole is elongated, as I will get it welded up and re-drilled. Just need a clutch pedal.
Thanks,
Paul
Is it the clevis pin hole that's elongated?
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winabbey wrote: Mon Feb 15, 2021 4:30 am
Is it the clevis pin hole that's elongated?
Yes winabbey. Mine has worn, it's been drilled out before and is now accepting a 10mm bolt! I want to swap it out and return the car to standard size. Happy to keep the one in the car until a replacement has been sourced.

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Re: Wanted square clutch pedal

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OK. I ask because I refurbished my pedals when the holes elongated.

I thought these were the three options:

1. Drill a larger hole in the pedal and master cylinder rod and fit a larger diameter clevis pin.
2. Weld the hole in the pedal, re-drill to original size (5/16") and fit a standard clevis pin.
3. Similar to option 2, but sleeve the hole back to original size.

I went for option 3, but the holes wasn't as big as your 10 mm one. I think I saw the technique on here somewhere, perhaps by Peter Laidler.

Here's the components - an 11/32" drill bit, brass tube from modelling shop and a pair of ball bearings to flare the brass sleeve. Some copper grease to lubricate.


Clutch Pedal Refurbish 3.jpg
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Clutch Pedal Refurbish 8.jpg
Copper Grease.jpg
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