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  1. #21
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    I wonder if they offer the clutch pedal too? The bracket is not much use on its own and if you can't weld/fabricate then you are still up the creek without a pedal!
    This forum has a high proportion of people that lack basic manners.

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    Being a welder/fabricator I forget sometimes it's not a simple for others 🙁

  3. #23
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    I can't weld or fabricate very well to be fair, it's not what I do, but thankfully Pilgrim welded the clutch conversion for me so that was sorted no problem
    Everything so far appears to be going ok ... I hope!
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  4. #24
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sportstog View Post
    I can't weld or fabricate very well to be fair, it's not what I do, but thankfully Pilgrim welded the clutch conversion for me so that was sorted no problem
    Everything so far appears to be going ok ... I hope!
    You will be amazed at the difference when you have a Hydrailic clutch.
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  5. #25
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    May I ask how much they took for modifying the pedal box?
    Anyway some are right here. I would suggest Pilgrim should support their former and future customers. But you can get the whole hydraulic clutch kit, buying each single part, for the half.
    So where ist the customer support and after sales service?

  6. #26
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    To be fair to Pilgrim I'd rather not say 'how much' the conversion cost me as I don't want it to set a president, but I will say it was a considerable amount less than buying each single part.

    I can honestly say, every time I've had a question, needed help or a part replacing, whether that's in person or over the phone/email I've got the response I needed. To date their customer service has been excellent for me. Maybe not the fastest at times, but no concerns at all so far.

    I'm also lucky I don't live to far away so I've been able to pop down a couple of times to ask questions and look around the demo etc and speak to people, getting help. All very helpful, I've found in the past that if you have a problem and get shirty about it, all you end up doing is putting their backs up which in turn makes things worse, if its not major then a simple polite approach helps wonders.
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  7. #27
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    Ok, although I am living far away, I could solve the clutch problem.
    Meanwhile it's converted to a hydraulic one.
    Thank you all for your help.

    regards
    Markus

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