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Username Post: Clutch Pedal Pivot Arm        (Topic#361816)
ramack 
Newbie
Posts: 3

Reg: 07-18-20
07-18-20 08:19 PM - Post#2799038    

'77 K5 Blazer

I'm looking for a clutch pedal pivot arm. If you have one, let's talk.

From what I understand, '73-84, Blazer and Trucks are interchangeable.

GM Part No.: 330113
Arm Asm-Clutch Pedal Pivot






 


Stinky 
Senior Member
Posts: 1740

Loc: Whitewater, CO
Reg: 05-25-01
07-19-20 02:29 PM - Post#2799082    
    In response to ramack

Let me look. I have an arm..and a leg too....; )

I have no idea what it look like. I think that I can find it.

Send me a PM w.ur # and Ill text me you a pic.



 
ramack 
Newbie
Posts: 3

Reg: 07-18-20
07-20-20 12:56 PM - Post#2799122    
    In response to Stinky

Earlier this morning I found a NOS arm at a reasonable price. So I think for now I'm good. Thanks for responding.



 
gchemist 
Member #271 Senior Chevytalk Moderator
Posts: 25367
gchemist
Loc: Austin, TX 78748
Reg: 05-09-00
07-21-20 05:26 AM - Post#2799151    
    In response to ramack

Welcome to the site ramack.

Are you restoring your Blazer?

'83 Silverardo XST - ZZ4 powered
'95 Jimmy SLT (Bought @131,814)
'96 GMC Jimmy LS Ret. @236651 miles
'08 GMC Acadia 3.6L SLE


 
ramack 
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Posts: 3

Reg: 07-18-20
07-21-20 05:35 AM - Post#2799152    
    In response to gchemist

No, I'm not restoring it. I haven't really driven it for a while, my son has his driver's permit now and he's been driving it. It's mechanically in good shape, but has the common square body rust issue.

This pedal is originally off my '79 K5, but I swapped the clutch pedals on my '77 shortly after purchasing the '79. Now that the '77 is being driven more, I'm fixing the pedal.



 
gchemist 
Member #271 Senior Chevytalk Moderator
Posts: 25367
gchemist
Loc: Austin, TX 78748
Reg: 05-09-00
07-21-20 10:07 AM - Post#2799168    
    In response to ramack

Nice! No hydraulic help!! Old school clutches are fun to drive. I remember driving a '69 International with now power steering and three speed. Old trucks are fun to drive. Mine is less than 100 miles to 200,000.

'83 Silverardo XST - ZZ4 powered
'95 Jimmy SLT (Bought @131,814)
'96 GMC Jimmy LS Ret. @236651 miles
'08 GMC Acadia 3.6L SLE


 


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