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Okay guys swapping a nv4500 into a 86 k3500 that was original 6.2/465/205 truck. Using 93 external slave have it all hooked up and bled. 6.2 flywheel and 6.5 clutch...the problem is you push the pedal down and it's hard as a brick. No compressing it what so ever. Yes the disk is the right way :flipoff2: what am I missing?
 

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Reverse bleed...bleed it by compressing the slave cylinder to get the air out .once it was billed back in the pedal is nothing for a inch or two then like it hits a wall.
 

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id bet that the fork didnt get seated in the pivot or throw out brg properly.
 

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you should be able to cycle it a bit by hand with out the slave. just wrench or find some leverage. bet something is binding or bottoming out. even with the wrong size mc, you would still have a pedal that moved.
 
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