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87 930 clutch pedal spring

Mine broke, pelican says it's NLA, anybody have a lead on one?
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Will an '86 turbo spring work?
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Old 07-09-2012, 06:47 PM
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I had my 86 930 pedal cluster apart for new bushings and powder coat, this is an 86 spring if it looks like yours it most likely will work?

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Yes, looks like it, yours must have been a late 86 build as that is the 87 up spring.
would u like to part with it?
gotta ask
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Put the 79-86 spring on, used the quarters trick. worked well.
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Put the 79-86 spring on, used the quarters trick. worked well.
I'll bite. What's the quarters trick?
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Stick quarters or washers in Btwn the coils to spread them out. You need about another 1/8" to pop it over the pegs, that makes it easier. Just pluck them out w a needle nosed pliers when done. I did a search here on the board and found that trick.
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Clever!!!!!!!!!

Thanks for the hint.
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I wish I would have come up with it, I found it here searching old threads.
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I repaired mine and it's been working fine for 2 years now.

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I simply drilled and tapped the ferrule that is crimped to the spring. I think I needed a LH tap though. The turnbuckle still works.

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interesting, so you drilled and tapped as opposed to welding it back?
I'm gonna give that a try, like to be all original. You don't remember the tap size by chance do you?
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