fight ing the clutch cable

D

David Derer

Guest
The point You are missing is the pin behind the frame. A piece of welded
on sheet metal tab is bent over to stop pin from sliding out. Use a
mirror and it will be easy to understand. Later Dave the Wave
 
F

F M

Guest
I recently replaced my clutch cable and was able to unscrew the actual cable from the forked piece you are trying to remove. I also have a guy who makes up stainless steel cables with a teflon coated shield and waterproof ends. Works great

David Derer <dmd@essex1.com> wrote: <blockquote class="replbq" style="PADDING-LEFT: 5px; MARGIN-LEFT: 5px; BORDER-LEFT: #1010ff 2px solid"><tt>The point You are missing is the pin behind the frame. A piece of welded
on sheet metal tab is bent over to stop pin from sliding out. Use a
mirror and it will be easy to understand. Later Dave the Wave


</tt>
<div style="WIDTH: 500px; COLOR: #909090; TEXT-ALIGN: center"> <hr style="WIDTH: 500px; BORDER-BOTTOM: 1px; TEXT-ALIGN: left"> <tt>YAHOO! GROUPS LINKS</tt>
<ul><tt> <li type="square">Visit your group "amphicar-lovers" on the web.
</tt> <tt> <li type="square">To unsubscribe from this group, send an email to:
amphicar-lovers-unsubscribe@yahoogroups.com
</tt> <tt> <li type="square">Your use of Yahoo! Groups is subject to the Yahoo! Terms of Service.</tt> [/list]
<div style="WIDTH: 500px; COLOR: #909090; TEXT-ALIGN: center"> <hr style="WIDTH: 500px; BORDER-BOTTOM: 1px; TEXT-ALIGN: left">
<!-- |**|end egp html
banner|**| --></blockquote>



<hr size="1"> Yahoo! Mail
Use Photomail to share photos without annoying attachments.
 
G

Greg

Guest
Thanks, that's the missing link Dave. I was thinking
either I had some unique car or everyone else is
smarter than me because, with the fork / pin assembly
a centimeter away from the frame rail, there is no
clearance for the pin to come out to remove the fork.
I feel a flat piece of sheet metal near the triangle
but couldn't tell what it did. The sheet metal is up
against the triangle to hold in place so the triangle
rides on some stationary pin attached to the frame?
Bend the sheet metal and it will slide off?
Greg

--- David Derer <dmd@essex1.com> wrote:

> The point You are missing is the pin behind the
> frame. A piece of welded
> on sheet metal tab is bent over to stop pin from
> sliding out. Use a
> mirror and it will be easy to understand. Later Dave
> the Wave
>
>
>


__________________________________________________

Tired of spam? Yahoo! Mail has the best spam protection around
http://mail.yahoo.com
 
G

Greg

Guest
Mine's the original cable that can't be unscrewed. I
have the new Gordon one so after this I'll be able to
unscrew it like you suggest.

--- F M <injuneer2003@yahoo.com> wrote:

> I recently replaced my clutch cable and was able to
> unscrew the actual cable from the forked piece you
> are trying to remove. I also have a guy who makes up
> stainless steel cables with a teflon coated shield
> and waterproof ends. Works great
>
> David Derer <dmd@essex1.com> wrote: The point You
> are missing is the pin behind the frame. A piece of
> welded
> on sheet metal tab is bent over to stop pin from
> sliding out. Use a
> mirror and it will be easy to understand. Later Dave
> the Wave
>
>
>
>
> THE AMPHICAR-LOVERS LIST
> ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
> Please support our sponsors while ensuring the very
> best restoration services for your Amphicar. Please
> pay a visit to:
> http://www.midwestamphicar.com
>
> The amphicar list is a seperate service from the
> International Amphicar Owners Club. Do join the
> club today at http://www.amphicar.com
>
> To Unsubscribe from this List, just send a blank
> email to:
> amphicar-lovers-unsubscribe@yahoogroups.com
> Before posting requests for information, please
> check the List
> Archives:
>
>
http://www.escribe.com/automotive/amphicar/search.html
> For more information about this List and other
> available services
> visit:
> http://groups.yahoo.com/group/amphicar-lovers/
> Any other issues may be addressed to the List owner
> (Mike Israel) at:
> amphicar770@yahoo.com
>
>
>
>
>
>
> SPONSORED LINKS
> Automotive technician Automotive equipment
> Ordering flowers online Ordering flower on
> line Ordering flowers
>
> ---------------------------------
> YAHOO! GROUPS LINKS
>
>
> Visit your group "amphicar-lovers" on the web.
>
> To unsubscribe from this group, send an email
> to:
> amphicar-lovers-unsubscribe@yahoogroups.com
>
> Your use of Yahoo! Groups is subject to the
> Yahoo! Terms of Service.
>
>
> ---------------------------------
>
>
>
>
>
> ---------------------------------
> Yahoo! Mail
> Use Photomail to share photos without annoying
attachments.


__________________________________________________

Tired of spam? Yahoo! Mail has the best spam protection around
http://mail.yahoo.com
 
Thread starter Similar threads Forum Replies Date
D fight back Winter General Amphicar Discussion 1
D Presidential fight General Amphicar Discussion 0
SNOWBIRD Clutch General Amphicar Discussion 2
X clutch stuck ? General Amphicar Discussion 4
Jacques B. Amphicar pressure plate and clutch disk General Amphicar Discussion 3
DavidC Foot off the clutch. General Amphicar Discussion 28
T high performance clutch General Amphicar Discussion 0
azpaul50 Clutch Adjustment General Amphicar Discussion 26
A Carbon Clutch Release Bearing General Amphicar Discussion 0
D Clutch not available General Amphicar Discussion 3
J High Performance Clutch Kit General Amphicar Discussion 0
B SV: Re: engine and transmision - Clutch Chatter Cause?? General Amphicar Discussion 0
G high performance clutch and power General Amphicar Discussion 1
J clutch cable replacement question General Amphicar Discussion 4
L Clutch and carb question General Amphicar Discussion 2
B SV: Re: clutch cable General Amphicar Discussion 0
T Clutch advice PLEASE General Amphicar Discussion 2
A Clutch cables, cleaning props, nut wrench size, release bearings General Amphicar Discussion 0
R Clutch in....No Clatter! General Amphicar Discussion 2
S clutch cable General Amphicar Discussion 13
P Amphicar Nightmare Update / Clutch Problem in First Gear General Amphicar Discussion 2
E Clutch Housing Bolt Removal General Amphicar Discussion 1
D Clutch Information General Amphicar Discussion 0
B Accelerator/Clutch Problem General Amphicar Discussion 1
A CARBON CLUTCH RELEASE BEARINGS General Amphicar Discussion 1
J diaphram clutch General Amphicar Discussion 3
B Transmission and Clutch General Amphicar Discussion 0
T fix your clutch shudder - like this General Amphicar Discussion 0
P Clutch pedal is fixed - must find new way to exercise left leg! General Amphicar Discussion 3
B Celina tech on clutch chatter General Amphicar Discussion 0
A Clutch Judder General Amphicar Discussion 0
S In car clutch adjustment General Amphicar Discussion 1
S Clutch Adjustments (long) General Amphicar Discussion 2
T I need clutch help - PLEASE General Amphicar Discussion 6
A Hydraulic clutch? General Amphicar Discussion 1
S Clutch Adjustment? General Amphicar Discussion 0
M Clutch disk thickness General Amphicar Discussion 1
M Clutch Question General Amphicar Discussion 2
M Clutch Shudder General Amphicar Discussion 2
A clutch problem General Amphicar Discussion 3
S shift linkage/clutch cable General Amphicar Discussion 1
K Amphi clutch General Amphicar Discussion 0
A clutch trouble General Amphicar Discussion 1
D Clutch General Amphicar Discussion 18
M Clutch Problems Magnified General Amphicar Discussion 0
Jon March Handbrake cable - where it enters from outside General Amphicar Discussion 1
Mark Richardson Accelerator cable installation question General Amphicar Discussion 17
J Rear brake cable mount on backing plate General Amphicar Discussion 1
S Speedometer Cable - Update General Amphicar Discussion 0
S Speedometer Cable Replacement General Amphicar Discussion 4
Similar threads


















































Top