Many people, including the Pantera vendors, cut a small notch on the passenger side of the pedal box opening, that makes the job 100x easier. Here’s a diagram a certain SoCal vendor gave me, that shows the notch.
First I've heard of cutting a triangle out of the side of the pedal box. I always punched a 1-1/2" round hole so I could plug the access hole afterward with a 25¢ plastic plug from Home Depot. Problems with disassembly stem from the use of a mild steel pin that wears in use, causing a step that interferes with pin removal- especially if the pin was inserted with the head towards the center of the car! There isn't enough clearance to shove the pin out in that direction.... Another reason to use hardened pivot pins on ALL the pedals.
Just got done with the reduction kit, please note the to install I detached the clutch pedal return spring, this allowed the clutch MC pivot arm to move further toward the pedal plate assembly that in turn allowed the plate to clear the opening.
Cant say enough good things about Pantera Performance, they sold me the reduction kit and what a great product.
The pedal box comes right out just another day at the office. Don't take the booster or brake master off or the cl/master. For reinstall, cut a small notch with the die grinder, you'll see where when you try to reinstall, lol. Change out the clutch pedal/brake pedal springs when it's on the bench. Easy job again, wrap it up there from the bottom through around the pedal[s] & up, wind it around the shaft. It can also be done in the car but you won't believe it. It's just a spring. Wind it in.
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