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    BMS "Short Throw" Clutch Stop for Manual Trans Cars

    Hey guys,

    We threw a few together for local customers and they came out so well we decided to add it to our product lineup. It's a relatively simple and easy to install product that shortens the dead end of the clutch pedal travel.

    Yes, you can make your own. Click here to enlarge But ours is nicely priced at $10 shipped, fully adjustable, and drops right in. Much nicer than the ones with metal washers, etc, you'll find on eBay for $15-30 shipped.

    Photos attached and additional information here: http://www.burgertuning.com/clutch_stop_BMW.html

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    $10 bucks? Heh, nice.

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    Nicely done...going to order one up right now.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sticky Click here to enlarge
    $10 bucks? Heh, nice.
    Yeah, we wanted to dominate the clutch stop market so are running this promo for $10 shipped. Normal price will be $15 + shipping. Already sold around 100 of these. Hopefully we can move 100-200 more in the next couple of weeks so that any time someone asks about a clutch stop one of our customers points them to us. Click here to enlarge

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    whats strange to me terry is you used the same pics as the e-bay seller(s). you could have at least took your own pics to make it seem slightly different lol it's like you didn't even try to hide that fact... well good luck anyway, trying to make every buck you can i guess. (reason i can tell is the indent on the rubber stop is exactly the same as the other picture)
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    Jason here handles the photo / website stuff here so I'm not sure what pictures are what, but he took photos of a couple local installs we did. So I'd expect he used those. I'm sure every clutch stop will wind up with the same indentation unless someone removes and reinstalls their clutch pedal 90 degrees off center. Click here to enlarge

    PS. We will put that eBay clutch stop maker out of business. They charge twice as much for an interior clutch stop. Click here to enlarge

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    awesome, capitalism at its best. no harm intended, just wanted clarification.
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    I need to get into the clutch stopping business.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by KB Click here to enlarge
    I need to get into the clutch stopping business.
    It's a good business. We've shipped almost 200 so far in just a few weeks. Although at $10 shipped I can't say it's very profitable business. It takes 100 transactions just to make what we might make on one tuning system sale. It's just another little item guys can grab from the site, install, and enjoy! Click here to enlarge

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Terry@BMS Click here to enlarge
    It's a good business. We've shipped almost 200 so far in just a few weeks. Although at $10 shipped I can't say it's very profitable business. It takes 100 transactions just to make what we might make on one tuning system sale. It's just another little item guys can grab from the site, install, and enjoy! Click here to enlarge
    It looks like the OEM stop is plastic. Why is everyone using the rubber/foam furniture pads instead of a hard plastic one? Some of the pictures I have seen have an indentation and are even starting to cut the rubber. I found a plastic one at Lowes that I am going to test out.
    ​#Chuckstrong

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