Re: Tracker Clutch Cable Mounting
On the bottom end the cable should have a threaded portion on the cable housing itself - with 2 nuts on it.
Set it so the bracket holds the threaded portion midway, nuts on either side. Tighten securely.
Now the cable itself should just barely go through the fork and the bushing - you'll have to push the fork up to it, as the fork is spring loaded. A nut goes on the end of the cable, I prefer to double nut it.
If the cable won't quite go through the fork enough, you can adjust it on the bracket, or, if you need to, you can take loose the fork above from the shaft and turn it one notch. Clean the junction between the fork and shaft first - look close, there's an alignment dot on the shaft and one on the fork - remember how it was before taking it off. You need a light and a mirror to see it.
Adjust it up to where you can get just a little bit of freeplay on the fork. When you push the fork forward you can feel the TO bearing contact the fingers, let it spring back just a tad, maybe 1/4".
I put a return spring to pull the fork back as well, just double insurance - I eliminated the mickey mouse spring on the cable. Straight bwehind it there's a hole that's easy to hook a light spring through.
If you don't have enough freeplay in the pedal, make that 1/4" more.
Aftermarket cables are pure garbage - the ones you get from parts houses. The difference between an original equipment one from a Chevy dealer and the garbage ones are unbelievable. They look similar, the the aftermarket ones stretch - giving big problems. Price is a little higher, but well, well, well worth it!