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Old 31st October 2009, 03:19 PM
Cobra289 Cobra289 is offline
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Default Clutch Fork Travel

Hi guy's,
I am looking for the clutch fork travel [MT75] so that I can design a clutch pedal.
I know that the book has one designed, but I am doing the pedal box in a different way.
I like to have both possibilities hydraulic an cable.
At the book I can see the clutch pedal with a ratio of 4.17:1 but I don't know the travel of the pedal or the travel of the fork.

So can someone let me know the travel of the clutch fork?

Thanks in advance.
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Old 1st November 2009, 09:40 PM
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OK!

Let put in other way.
Can someone measure the clutch pedal in a Ford Sierra wit MT75, the distance between the pivot point and the foot pad.
Provide that the quadrant has a 45 mm [radius]

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