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need to know if the clutch peddle can be adjusted in my cat, the paddle travel is not to my liking, I would like for it to engage half way instead of at the top of the travel , can I do this myself or need the dealer to do it or can it be done at all ?.
 

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It's hydraulic so don't think so.


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hello family
need to know if the clutch peddle can be adjusted in my cat, the paddle travel is not to my liking, I would like for it to engage half way instead of at the top of the travel , can I do this myself or need the dealer to do it or can it be done at all ?.
No, you can't adjust it. And the word is "pedal" btw 😬
 

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Have you done the Clutch Delay Valve (CDV) delete? It's definite worthwhile for the seasoned manual driver. It doesn't change the height of the engagement point, which I would agree is a bit higher than my liking, but it definitely makes the engagement point more consistent. It also seems to have more appropriate shifts; especiallyt the 1-2 shift.

I just did that two weekends ago and I'm much happier. There's like an 8 page thread on here if you search that gets into the nitty gritty.
 

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hello family
need to know if the clutch peddle can be adjusted in my cat, the paddle travel is not to my liking, I would like for it to engage half way instead of at the top of the travel , can I do this myself or need the dealer to do it or can it be done at all ?.
No, it cannot be adjusted........but I believe Mcleod makes a "accumulator" style valve that you can install to gain some pedal travel adjustability.
 

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Have you done the Clutch Delay Valve (CDV) delete? It's definite worthwhile for the seasoned manual driver. It doesn't change the height of the engagement point, which I would agree is a bit higher than my liking, but it definitely makes the engagement point more consistent. It also seems to have more appropriate shifts; especiallyt the 1-2 shift.

I just did that two weekends ago and I'm much happier. There's like an 8 page thread on here if you search that gets into the nitty gritty.
ok thanks i'll give that a try
 
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