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Location: NW Alabama
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This is a very old thread, my truck now has 175K miles and since my earlier post I've replaced the slave and master cylinders plus the shiftling fork, and pivot stud. I did replace the crossover bushings as mentioned in the first post plus I found a broken weld in the mounting bracket. After rewelding bracket my clutch operated much better. My clutch peddle travel is normal and very easy to push. Clutch peddle problems in these trucks mean you have maintenance issues. The only fix is time and money. If you do your own work its not bad at all.
1993 F250 7.3IDI Turbo (factory) 2X4 ZF5 4.10 Diff, Floating axle, Extended Cab Long Bed ZeeDee running boards, 185K miles, Second Owner
1999 Victory V92C Overdrive Sprocket, Power Commander, High Compression Pistons, Performance cam. Slash Cut pipes, Corbin Seat, Factory windscreen, Highway bars.
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Last edited by bluefishbeagle; 11-18-2014 at 07:52 PM.