I don't have one, and I have no clue about any shop in town.
I know you posted on my other thread about this issue. but I think when I get the new connecting arm im gonna take some measurements and see what I can do about a brass bushing or some sort or bearingNot only did I have the cracked firewall but the pin on the clutch pedal that the clutch adjustment arm attaches to was loose. I removed the clutch pedal, took it to a machine shop and had a steel pin welded and drilled on the end so that I use a actual cotter pin instead of the unreliable c-clip.
If you've installed the Tick master, and you have a clicking sound, your firewall is probably cracked. Your pedal assembly is probably fine.if I do have the the cracked firewall (fingers crossed that's not the deal) but would an acceptable fix be to just sandwich the firewall with a couple pieces or plate (saw it mentioned a little further back)?
and would this be something that I might be able to see with out taking everything apart??
im currently running a tick master cylinder with a stock clutch so it wouldn't be any heavier.