I've got a worn clutch pedal to repair. The clevis pin which acts directly
on the clutch master cylinder, has almost worn through the side of the
I was thinking of mig welding up the worn hole & then remachining it, but
thought I'd check with the "knowledge bank" here first....
I've put a pic of it in the dropbox:
There was the remains of a bearing / wear ring in the pedal. It appears to
be hardish steel (magnetic) & is not bearing bronze which is what I thought
it might be.
Would a bearing ring machined from some phosphor bronze bearing material
work? Alternatives? I've no idea what specs the phos. bronze is that I'd
use - it'd be from the local hardware store supplier.
Of course, I'm fitting a new clevis pin etc.
- posted 14 years ago