The trickiest part of the process was adjusting the clutch. There’s a fine line between where the clutch fully disengages and where the pedal will over-travel and potentially damage the clutch. Starting with the rod in the shortest position we then slowly lengthened the rod until we could easily shift into First gear. With the rear of the car up on jack stands we could determine if the clutch was fully disengaging. If the wheels didn’t move, we were all good. Pro-tip: we used small locking pliers to keep the rod from coming out of the clutch master from spinning during adjustment.