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Will the clutch pedal assembly out of a 72 nova fit my 77? Thanks for the help
 

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No, only 75 - 79 Nova. Camaro won't fit either. I have a complete 72 - 81 Camaro set up and it is totally different. I paid less than $100 for my Nova pedals and linkage. I have seen them go for over $300. There are quite a few 6 cyl 3 speed cars sitting around. If you can find a dead car in somebody's yard you might be able to drag the whole thing off for free or real cheap. Be patient and keep looking. Put an ad in the classifieds, it is free and might turn one up.
 

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I believe im going to be ordering a howe racing floor mount clutch pedal, need it by the end of the week, im REALLY tired of the automatic and i have a deal that needs to take place NOW... Thanks for the info, hopefully the saginaw will hold up to my motor, its not that powerfull but my foot is really abusive...
 

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Post your results installing and using the Howe set up. I think a lot of other
4th generation owners may be interested.

I have 2 Saginaw's and would not consider putting one into an abusive environment :D. One of mine will be going into a 4 door 6 cyl. And then only cause the column shifter for the 3 speed is completely shot and the 4 speed has a nice Hurst shifter on it already. That = zero $$ out of my pocket.
 

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one problem with the howe setup is the fact that the tech at summit told me it wasnt a hydraulic unit, i dont want to have to buy the howe hydraulic throwout bearing, TOO expensive, they work GREAT, i helped a friend install one in his muncie that was in his s10 pickup, its an awesome part, but its over my budget of really really cheap right now
 
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