Hey guys...I'm in the process of trying to replace my master cylinder.
Here's what I have:
-'71 Series IIa body on a D90 galvy frame
-2.5L Milspec 5 main bearing engine
-D90 front disc brakes
-LT 77 tranny / LT230 xfer case
So, with that said, you will notice that the master clutch cylinder is tucked up under the driver's side wing. Tough to get to...no room for top down removal without removing the fender..which I plan on doing.
For the longest time, the clutch pedal engaged fairly close to the floor. The master cylinder always had a slight leak but I never could figure out if that was the issue, or the clutch was on its last leg. As of recent, it began to leak down the clutch pedal more than usual...and after bleeding several times, the clutch engages right off the floor.
I'm replacing the master cylinder but after opening the top, I noticed that its kind of rigged in there...not like what I've found pictured in the DIYs (http://landytown.myfastforum.org/arc...t__t_4893.html
) floating around the internet. I was going to try and adjust the pushrod so the clutch would engage a bit further off the floor but it looks like I have no room left. Any suggestions on this and how I could go about gaining a bit more room to adjust the plunger?