Clutch Pedal Assembly

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  1. gsuders

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    I got this clutch pedal assembly in a box of parts with my Maverick. Can anyone tell me is this correct for a Maverick. If it isn't any idea what it fits?
     

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    Looks like the Maverick setup to me.
     
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    I agree - Maverick set up

    Looks to be missing the red clip and the spring
     
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    and the Assist Spring bracket that bolts to side of pedal assembly bracket, very difficult to locate..........
    David
     
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    I don't see any reason the spring for a small block Torino, Mustang cannot be used.

    C80Z-7534-B listed in Master Parts as 3.5" (big block spring is 3.75")

    Spring for Maverick D0DZ-7534-A, length 3.53"

    https://www.cjponyparts.com/clutch-...5F0HlegjvXqQTuyXclgbLfCdQMUY7bJRoCXOwQAvD_BwE
     
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    P1020050.JPG I was referring to the "assist spring bracket", which mounts to the pedal support bracket on the side, not the spring.....
    David
     
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    Hopefully these missing pieces are in the box that had the pedals.
     
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    I'm not using the clutch pedal assist spring since I’m using a diaphragm style pressure plate with my t5. It would be a different story and maybe two feet if using the factory 3-finger style
     

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