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I no longer have a 310 but do recall the brake pedal travel is in fact adjustable? By adjusting the length of rod that pushes into the brake master cylinder? Maybe I am mis-remembering.
 

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I solved the roblem by buying a chinese brake lever enlarger and added a piece of wood (1cm height) below it.
not very cool but effective
That is the environmentally and politically most correct solution, aside from not using fossil fuel burning combustion engines at all. I however have chosen a more durable alternative. I cut a piece of a non-fossil ice-hockey puck to fit between the cheap Chinese enlarger and the original pedal. This gives me an inch (25 mm) of height and the material is natural rubber (I believe).
 

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Does anyone else have this problem? My rear brake foot lever sets a good 2 inches (12mm) below my foot. My foot is almost vertical when I press it. I've been looking for a spacer or something to bring it up but I haven't been able to find anything?
Cut and shut OEM lever, 25mm rise at the pedal. Great while standing or sitting even with Mk4 Pivot Pegz.

Same issue with the gear shift but the turnbuckle has enough range to compensate - just!
 

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Cut and shut OEM lever, 25mm rise at the pedal. Great while standing or sitting even with Mk4 Pivot Pegz.

Same issue with the gear shift but the turnbuckle has enough range to compensate - just!
If you're close to the end of the turnbuckle adjustment you can rotate the part that cinches onto the gearshift shaft to a different spline to compensate.
 
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