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Bushing in B-110 clutch/brake pedal?

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My "new to me" B-110 does not come all the way back to the stop unless I pull it back. I have adjusted all the connections to spec, have used PB and then lubricant on both sides of the pedal shaft, but hasn't made a difference. Have loosened nut on inside - no difference. Is there a bushing in the shaft holder, or does the lever on the inside have threads on it to the pedal shaft, and is maybe too tight?

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The clutch / brake pedal pivots in two nylon bushings in the tube in the frame. If the clutch shaft has become rusted, it may stick in the bushings. You might have to take off the nut, remove the pedal and shaft, sand them smooth, and lube and re-install them. There should be a spring that retracts the pedal.


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