Clutch pedal bushing

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    So confused now! A metal bushing is what I was looking for, but isn’t the part number for the Thomson Nyliner bushing an upgraded part from the stock plastic one that goes in the pedal hole?

    The link in my last post?
     
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    Use a Hurst shifter bushing. I drilled the hole in my clutch pedal and the Z bar for Hurst bushings.
     
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    The Nyliners (2) are used at the pedal pivots (2 for the clutch pedal and 2 for the brake pedal) -the axle that the pedals swing on. It sounds like you are looking for the single bushing that attaches the pushrod to the clutch pedal. That is a different part that I don't know much about.
     
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    2 weeks? My last set lasted 35 years....you don’t need anything other than the OE nylon...you’re doing something wrong. Repop issue?
     
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    Or some kind of high pressure monster pressure plate
     
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