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post #1 of (permalink) Old 07-08-2006, 09:04 PM Thread Starter
 
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odd part to break

i was out driving on normal bumpy roads went to push my clutch in and heard a pop. couldn't get the truck out of gear and was pulling off and am now stuck nto the issue though just my bad driving at 3am. my problem is that i went back to find the part that broke and found the mount for the clutch linkage. it is the mount if looking from the front is on the right side against the frame. i am curious if i am going to have to see about just welding and hopeing or if i can find the part anywhere. i cannot use my truck right now because something is up with my front diff. was working now not. and so i am stuck getting it pulled tomorrow but need help to find the part. lmc truck doens't have the part and neither does bronco graveyard.
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post #2 of (permalink) Old 07-09-2006, 09:30 PM Thread Starter
 
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Re: odd part to break

never mind i tig welded it and it is all fixed
forsale if someone is interested.
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Re: odd part to break

I'm confused. You keep asking questions for upgrades, serious upgrades and you break your linkage and now you want to sell?
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Re: odd part to break

the break has been fixed it was the mount to the clutch equalizer bar. it is working perfect now. look at gas milage is my issue i drive over 100 miles a day so trying to be economical
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