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ok, I have read other threads about quadrant installs. Looks like everybody got them on with no problems, all gravy. But, for the last two hours I have been lying on my back trying to get the new one on. There is a big bracket in the way. Are there any tips, or am I doing something wrong?
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1987 T-Top GT. MSD Pro-Billet dizzy, MSD coil(junk), magnaflow cat-back, Pro-Kit Springs, Full Length Subframe Connectors, BBK Fenderwell CAI, HP Blues all around, Steeda adj. clutch cable, Firewall Adjuster and Billet Quadrant.
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have the pedal all way up and put the middle pin on. (Thicker one) then push the pedal all the way to the floor and swing it around and get the second one through. make sure you have the spacer in there first or you will be doing it twice.
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