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    WTB: Clutch Pedal

    I need one for a W58 swap in my 1984 Cressida.
    Thanks all!

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    Perhaps you have welding skills.
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    You know something I don't? What welding is involved?

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    It depends on how much you need to "fabricate", to change over an A/T to a stick shift.
    That's all,if that is what you are doing,here.
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    I need a clutch pedal so I'm in the wanted section making a WTB post for a clutch pedal. I don't know what you are getting at, there is no fab for this swap.

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    An apology is required. Sorry.
    I misunderstood the question.
    You already have the brackets and hardware.
    It will be plug and play.
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    got you covered.
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    Thanks Robert. And thanks DD for your enlightening guidance on my modest Cressida build.

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    Sorry but Dave is correct. You can just swap the manual brake pedal into the existing mount. And I have one if you need it, let me know. But the clutch pedal mount doesn't just "bolt in". There's probably an obvious perf in the insulation as well as dimples or maybe even plugs where the master cylinder studS go and the master cylinder protrudes into the interior. The bottom of the clutch pedal mount attaches to its studs. But there's no welded in bracket to bolt the top to in automatic cars. You'll have to drill holes up through into the under cowl area and secure the top of the bracket that way. Be sure to thoroughly seal around the bolts or you'll get wet feet.
    I don't know if there's an existing plug under the dash you can remove and plug the clutch switch into like there is on automatic Supra's though.
    And with the rarity of manual Cressida's, it's not very likely that a manual subharness will be easy to source. But then again, it's quite likely that either a Supra or Celica one would be the same. It's a short section that goes from the fusebox area to the starter and backup light switch.
    Your current ECU will work fine but be sure to at least unplug the ECT ECU.

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    I need to add some POOP to this thread.
    What's the big deal about converting and auto to a stick shift?

    I WANTED an automatic transmission when I went looking for my Supra.
    Yeah,there advantages to both power train methods.

    "Oh hell,it's an automatic?"
    "That's not a performance car!"
    Mine is.
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