Does your TR6 clutch pedal feel stiff or jumpy? Much of the effort applied to your clutch pedal is lost to friction. Worn fork pins and release bearing carrier will aggravate the problem. Good Parts new clutch operating mechanism uses roller bearings at the cross shaft and fork pins and an externally greaseable bronze bushing in the release bearing carrier to eliminate friction and wear at these critical areas. Includes heavy duty release bearing and adjustable push rod with spherical rod end.
The holes in the bell housing must be enlarged for use of roller bearings for the cross shaft. Good Parts offers a rental reamer (SKU 3000) for enlarging the holes. The reamer is meant to be powered by a reversible heavy duty 1/2″ drill supplied by the customer. Stock bushings may be used in lieu of roller bearings to avoid enlarging the holes.