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Old 01-12-19, 03:51 PM
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Question Clutch Pedal Bump Stops

About a decade ago my clutch pedal bump stops broke and I couldn't find replacements so I used homemade grommet plugs that worked but didn't fit properly. Since then, I've had to replace them about once a year because they keep breaking. I saw that Atkins Rotary sells them for the 2nd Gen, but the stems are too small for the FD. Has anyone found or sourced the correct size?
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Old 01-13-19, 07:12 AM
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Originally Posted by cr-rex View Post
i highly suggest replacing it with a nut and bolt. do that and you will never have to worry about it again.

but if you must replace it with a rubber one....

this is a miata part number btw
b001-43-029

^I found this, but haven't tried one yet.
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Stick-on chair feet from Lowe's work wonderfully. Not fancy but I've run them for AGES with zero problems. Dirt cheap too.

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Old 01-13-19, 11:25 AM
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I just stuck a small bolt and nut in mine.. I suppose the hard metal could affect the plungers down the road so i may change eventually but it was what I had on hand when I noticed my brake lights were stuck on. Clutch and brake switch lost the oem pieces around the same time.
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Use an M6 carriage bolt and nut.
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Old 01-14-19, 11:08 AM
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Nissan part# 46584-S0100 should work.
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^ That's what I used. Fits perfect and retains the original design function.
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I also recommend you buy 2. They break almost at the same time (clutch and brake). Mine broke within a week of each other.
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