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105 Floor Mounted pedals

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I am looking to change to hydraulic clutch set up - floor mount for RHD 1968 Giulia. I have had this image sent to me of 1750 assembly. Can anyone confirm whether this is suitable for a RHD and even shed some light on the process if you have undertaken the same?


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Jason,

That pedal assembly is for a left hand drive car. And, someone put the pedal on backwards.

BTW, this is posted in the wrong forum.

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Thanks

What forum should it be in

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I sent you a PM.

Hi, I just sent you a PM.
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Definitely not correct for RHD, 105 series.

RHD pedal system is so much simpler and elegant, but I cannot find a photo to show you sorry.
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Hey guys,

I moved this thread to a more suitable section on the site.

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I've been looking for one of those to return my car (which was converted to RHD by a PO) back to its original LHD.

From what I can see on my car, the floorpan is cut exposing the right front chassis leg. The RHD pedal mount is inserted into the "U" channel of the chassis leg and bolted in place from the sides with the pedal "cranks" exposed with one on either side of the chassis leg. The master cylinders are bolted behind it either side of the leg and attached with clevis pins.

Of course mine wasn't original so I can't vouch for the authenticity of it but it appears to have been done with original Alfa RHD parts. Seems a simple design with less complexity than the LHD version.
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Petal assembly

I`ve been holding on to this for longer than I care to remember.

I`ll sell it if someone needs it.

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Finding a cable clutch pedal box for LHD car should be pretty easy.

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RHD floor munted hydraulic clutch peddle assemnbly

Hi Richard- I would be interested in taking this off your hands- please send details to jason@la4.co.nz

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Hi Richard- I would be interested in taking this off your hands- please send details to jason@la4.co.nz

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Richard's pedal box is for a LHD not RHD as you require. Again the RHD pedal box is so much better and simpler ... wish I knew where mine was so I could take a photo!!

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Thanks Pete , mis- interpreted posts, will keep looking
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Hi Richard I'm interested, sending you a PM to sort it out.

Hoguspuss, once I've gotten a LHD pedal box in hand I'd be willing to remove mine and offer it up... I'd ask for a bit of patience as I'm in the middle of some work training that will be keeping me away from home quite a bit. Have this weekend but there's a wedding involved too so my schedule is swamped for a week or so.

Once out of the car and cleaned up a bit I'll post photos to ensure its exactly what you're after vis a vis originality.

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Attached (admittedly poor) photo of the RHD pedal box. This from a car converted to hydraulic clutch, note the return spring (top of the pic) and narrow haft on the clutch pedal, so i guess it's a different pedal(?). I haven't ever seen a mech clutch pedal except in the parts book drawing and it looks quite different there.

RHD cars enjoy the simplicity of the whole thing sitting astride the chassis rail, rather than offset as the LHD version.

As I understand it (I've yet to reassemble this, so more experienced hands please chime in) this section of the hydraulic clutch conversion entails a longer bolt through the chassis rail to hold both master cylinders (each side of the chassis rail). Then there's all the stuff at the slave end which i haven't even started having nightmares about yet...
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Hello,

Here are some pictures from a 2000 Berlina parts book that should be relevant.

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