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Old 07-12-2017, 11:35 AM   #2
JohnMc
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I do a lot of wrenching on my car, so perhaps I'm not good at judging how hard it is.

I did this years ago on my '93 245. It took a few hours of clean 'inside the car' work to put the clutch pedal in, and about 7 or 8 hours of non-rushed weekend day time under the car swapping the trans itself.

But it's really not terribly hard. You just need a good complete selection of parts from the donor car. Otherwise you'll spend lots of time chasing down hard to find parts. Many parts that are not wear-and-tear maintenance items on older cars like this are not readily found for sale.

Break it down into parts. I'd do the inside task of adding the third pedal first.
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