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Arma and US legal Prepared chassis build

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George Herrin
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« on: December 23, 2006, 04:54:49 pm »

Ok here is my clutch pedal. I drilled 5/8 holes thru the side of the running board and ran the pedal thru the running board thru the frame. I used a 5/8 i.d Bushing and with it slid on the pedal welded it to the bottom of the running board. This will support it and keep alot of the rattle previous mowers have had due to the sides of the running boards wallering out allowing the pedal to bounce.

Here is the brake pedal, I used an arm from an extra steering kit I had for the limkage mount. I slotted the running board so it sticks up thru it on the top side. Notice I don't have the center mount on this pedal. It doesnt recieve all the vibration the clutch pedal gets from the belt. So it isn't needed.

Here is both pedals mounted as you can see I got ahead of myself in work again instead of picture taking. I will get to everything you see here in up coming pictures.

Here is my rod mount for my clutch pedal. I make the arm then weld it to the 5/8 lock collar. I them slip it over the end of the pedal and uuse a bolt instead of the set screw to lock it down. I drill into the pedal and tap it so that I am screwing not only thru the collar but into the pedal also. Makes for a sure tight fit.

 Ok to mock up clutch linkage I use a sump pan and crank bolt the pan in place as though its the motor put the crank thru it then slip the motor pulley on. This allows me to put a belt on so that I can't get my clutch pedal in the right palce and make the linkage rod here you see everything in place I marked the rod where to cut. I then cut it and tap both ends for 3/8 right and left hand threads and screw the rods ends into it. All my rods are hollow 1/2 o.d. aluminum stock cut to size. I simply tap it for the 3/8 rods ends.

Here is the cluch assy completed rod in place. Next I will show you how I do the guides for the motor pulley.
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