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    Willwood cylinders

    Help!! Finally decided that to get my car done I'll have to do more of the stuff myself! With your help, of course!!
    I have had twin Willwood cylinders fitted to the underside of the car.....see first pic below.

    My problem is that there seems to be too much play in the tube holding the threaded joining bar together (hopefully the next pictures will explain what I mean). I am concerned that I won't get even pulling on both cylinders. I never saw the original kit nor do I know how to fit them...it just doesn't seem right.







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    Re: Willwood cylinders

    This is what you should have inside the tube:

    http://www.wilwood.com/Images/PEDALS...40-4745-lg.jpg

    Assuming your parts are in good condition these are the instructions for setting it up

    http://www.wilwood.com/TechTip/TechPedalTip.aspx

    Hope this helps
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    Re: Willwood cylinders

    Quote Originally Posted by MikeS View Post
    This is what you should have inside the tube:

    http://www.wilwood.com/Images/PEDALS...40-4745-lg.jpg

    Assuming your parts are in good condition these are the instructions for setting it up

    http://www.wilwood.com/TechTip/TechPedalTip.aspx

    Hope this helps
    That's excellent, thankyou. As far as I'm aware, the parts were all brand new.
    Thanks again.
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