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Curently bagging my truck on 22s and ran into a problem with the clutch and the resuvour for the clutch oil being in the way, my builder said he may need to modify my clutch pedal,
anyone knoe of any bagged 5 speeds?
My truck is 04 chevy colorado 2.8l
 

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im currently bagging my 09, i may recess the cylinder into the firewall and have just the reservoir sticking out, but bagging on 22s it shouldnt hit, i have plenty of room right now, once i body it, i believe it would hit then. i havent really dug into the firewall from inside the cab, so i dont know if there would be room to recess the cylinder or not...
 

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Humm my fab guy was saying that if he recessed the cylinder my pedal would stick out more so he would need to modify the pedal so it would be comfortable changing gears all day. I think it may have to do with my tire series being too big, wen it's laid out my tire is about one inch off the cylinder , but that's still without the tub and patch work to make it look nice,
if you don't mind me asking what size wheels are you bagging your 09 on?
 

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im setting it up to be bodied on 22s, but ill probably only run 20s for the time being, unless I find a cheap set of 22s that i really like, with the proper offset...chances are slim. if i can recess mine, ill cut the pedal and weld it up to fit basically back into the stock location on the actual pedal...
 

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Thanks for the reply do you happendix to have a picture of how it looks in you're set up?
And does the wilwood clutch cylinder feel the same as the original?
I'm sorry I don't have a pic, it was installed back in 2010. It definitely doesn't feel the same as stock, it seems to be much lighter and for some reason I remember thinking that the pedal felt much higher and I really had to lift my leg to get it. I'm much more used to it now, but its not nearly the feeling of my stock Rado clutch.
 
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