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#391605 - 07/02/17 05:05 PM Clutch fork pivot ball adjustment
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I am attempting to adjust my new clutch and was wondering where to start with the adjustable clutch fork pivot ball. 1939 Master85 Business Coupe. Thanks

#391607 - 07/02/17 06:28 PM Re: Clutch fork pivot ball adjustment [Re: hamb]
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For a better response to your question, you might want to post in the 1937-41 forum where more guys will see your question.

Also, check your 1939 Chevrolet shop manual for clutch adjustments. If you don't have a shop manual you can purchase one from the Filling Station in Lebanon, Oregon.

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