Near-perfect pushrod alignment was achieved using the lower of the two holes that were already in the clutch pedal arm. Adjust the pushrod to get whatever pedal height you prefer, but be sure that the master cylinder is not being prevented from fully returning to its home position. The usual rubber pedal stop at the top of the pedal travel is not required since there is no pedal “free play” before the pedal engages the throw-out bearing. This system is engineered for installation without the need to consider pedal ratios. As long as the proper cushion has been set, there should be no chance of over-traveling the pressure plate or over-extending the bearing.