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Old 09-05-2007, 01:50 PM
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Simple idea/fix....thanx.
May try this but fabricate it with something else rather than coins or furniture skid feet...lol...sorry thats ghetto in my book.
No flaming intended.

I dont bash that guy for marketing his idea. I bash him though on price. $10 -15, more realalistic. Maybe $20, maybe, but not $45...lol
So find a piece of delcron, cut it to the right length, and attach it by double sided tape, same as the d-wolf kit. Superglued coins work the same way, Its just about impossible to break the stack apart at this point, and I'll guarantee the tape will fail way before the superglue. Waste of money IMO though, I spent less than $1 to get the same result
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So find a piece of delcron, cut it to the right length, and attach it by double sided tape, same as the d-wolf kit. Superglued coins work the same way, Its just about impossible to break the stack apart at this point, and I'll guarantee the tape will fail way before the superglue. Waste of money IMO though, I spent less than $1 to get the same result
It's just my personal preference to fabricate something or buy that looks like it were made for it rather than not, like loose change from my pocket or furniture skid pads.
Props to you on the thought of superglue. Good idea.
This is what these forums all about and DIY's, improve on core ideas or fixes shared here.

If that guy were to have only charged like $10 with $5 shipping at most, it would've been worth to me to buy...receive, peel (or maybe superglue ), stick, done, enjoy.
R&D on thickness already done and looks like it were made for the application.
Again...purely only my preference, not supporting this guys price he charged, but yes still support his marketing idea.
A lot of members here market their ideas, fabricate products and offer for purchase on our behalf.

You spent under a dollar to get the same result. It's all good bro...no worries as long as you're happy with the results and how it looks.

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Here is a link for the Delrin rods that you can order and cut to length if you'd rather have a solid piece
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Here is a link for the Delrin rods that you can order and cut to length if you'd rather have a solid piece
Thank you. Much appreciated.
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I Need To Do This.
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sorry im a bit retarded but are you guys using the coins as a measurement for the nail on glides? I know someone just used coins but could you just use the coins to measure it? sorry i feel stupiod
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anyone have any problems with there DIY spacer's just got a new clutch cause my other one was toasted.. im kinda scared i might burn this one.... so any probs with anyones?
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Just did this little mod. Works great! Great write up!
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Thanks for taking one for the team Yume.
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this little mod works like a charm. Thanks Yume!!
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yeah.. i did it last week.. SOOO AWESOME!
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hey guys,

IM TALKING ABOUT WHEN THE CAR IS OFF.

did u notice that when you push the clutch all the way down to the floor without the mod, you hear this noise under the car or it maybe coming from the hood or something. it sounds like the clutch is disengaging

after i did the mod and you push it all the way down, you do not hear that noise like before without the mod.

if you try it without the mod you will know what im talking about and then try it without the mod.

IS THIS BAD OR ANYTHING? I WAS JUST CURIOUS BECAUSE I DIDNT HEAR IT ANYMORE.

thanks for the help
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I have a quick question. If this is a stupid question im sorry but could this mod burn your clutch out quicker and can you tell if your cluth is wearing??

Thanks for the help!!
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I have a quick question. If this is a stupid question im sorry but could this mod burn your clutch out quicker and can you tell if your cluth is wearing??

Thanks for the help!!
If done correctly, no. You are just removing the free pedal travel within the stock clutch engagement travel
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my stock clutch is ridiculously stiff, i actually just bought it with rogue engeneering short shifter too and thats too notchy, love the way my car looks but not extremely happy with the way it drives right now. going to put the stock shifter back in this weekend. but back to my clutch. its got this really tiny span and its RIDICULOUSLY stiff. would this fix do anything for my clutch

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