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Old October 3rd, 2021, 02:29 AM
Jim A Jim A is offline
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Default Re: Problem with clutch disengaging

Just talking to myself here.
Even though the throw-out bearing turns freely and quietly under testing (standing on it and spinning), the only thing that could have caused the release fingers and the big lever to have worn where they did as a much as they did was if the bearing froze for an extended time.
If I can find three new fingers and a correct t/o bearing, I will have hope for a fix.
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