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Clutch cover removal

So i took my clutch cover off tinight and struggled with the brake petal in the way for the bottom bolt, it would be much easier if it was out of the way. Whats the best way to do this?
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Push the brake pedal down with your foot to get the bolt out

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Mine doesnt go down far enough to get a socket in above the pedal and when its all the way up theirs not enough room, i mean its doable i was just wondering if ppl were moving the pedal
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I don't remove the pedal. I use a open end wrench to remove the lower bolt. Once it is loose, I push the pedal down and remove the cover with the bolt still in it.

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I don't remove the pedal. I use a open end wrench to remove the lower bolt. Once it is loose, I push the pedal down and remove the cover with the bolt still in it.

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Same here. Removing the pedal would be 10 times more work than is needed.

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yup and thats why i asked if their was a trick to making it easier, but i guess theirs not, got it back together tonight and it just took some time, an 8mm ratchet wrench woulda made it alot quicker
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