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Ok I've had this '93 N/A IDI for about three months. It has a stick shift and since Ive had it reverse has been a bi!<#. Always grinds and hard to get in. But I've been putting off replacing the clutch because the peddle is only working on the bottom 1-2 inches of pedal. A few people told me that is sometimes normal operating range on these trucks because there is no adjustment. System has been bled and was told its a constant bleeding system. But anyways I was wondering if there is a measurement on how far the slave cylinder should actually move the clutch arm. Or if their is a test to see if the slave cylinder is bad, because I got a new clutch because it is getting harder shift into any gear, but I got under there and the friction disc looks like its over half there. So I had my wife come out and push on the clutch and the slave cylinder rod only pushes the clutch arm about 1/4-1/2 inch. Is that normal?
 
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