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i just put a new slave cylinder in because the old one was leaking. i bled all the air out of it and now my clutch grabs at the very top of the pedal, is there any way to adjust anything on a hydraulic clutch or do i have deeper problems than that? i figured it was grabbing high with the other cylinder because of air but now im not thinking that.
 

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There are 2 adjustments for the clutch, pedal height and freeplay.
The other thing is wear, how many miles are on it?
 

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only 146xxx it doesnt slip or smell or anything like that its just an uncomfortable height that it grabs at
 

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Basically you need to crawl under the drivers side floorboard and adjust the clutch pedal so that it moves about half a inch before resistance is felt.
 

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so i adjusted the pedal so that it doesnt come up as high but i think i might just put a marlin 1600lb clutch in to be on the safe side
 

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do you know what the stock clutch grabs at? i want better than stock but i dont need a top end clutch for my weekend wheeling adventures. i want a new one because i have a feeling my clutch is on its last leg
 
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