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Clutch Pedal Wear

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The OEM uses a shitty plastic 'bushing' clip to connect the master to the pedal arm and that 'bushing' lasts about a good 3 strokes and then there is metal to metal contact that eventually will turn the post on the pedal arm into a D-shape. This is a chronic issue with the design of the pedal-to-master engagement. Has anyone successfully made a permanent upgrade to this? I have had this fall off in traffic before and it was interesting. I strategically placed a few zip ties to keep it but I'd like a real fix. I'm about to run out of undamaged clutch pedals!

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Solution, I had the pedal bushing seat re-welded and machined after it deformed. I'm not sure which version of bushing/clip you're using, but if it's the black one toss it. There is a white version that has a better design which was used in the ford ranger and is plug and play perfect fit. That is what I used and I never had a problem after no matter what weight of clutch I had.

Link to the part: New Genuine Ford Bush Clutch Pedal Shaft Bearing Set (x2) OE E69Z7526A | eBay
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