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Old November 22nd, 2007, 10:47 AM
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Clutch ?'s

recently had a clutch job done. I am not sure what type of clutch was installed and much to my dismay the entire replacement is sketchy; I had the work done by what I thought was a reputable independent shop. So far so good, there is a slight vibration when I rev the motor ~1200-2000 rpm, not noticable under load. I serviced the truck today and did not notice anything out of the ordinary, everything is full no new leaks etc. However third and fifth seem suddenly seem "spongy" when I shift into either, up shift or down shift. I imagine I have put about 3k miles on the truck since the clutch installation. Any thoughts on the vibration or the spongyness? All the drivetrains mounts etc are tight. Anyways thanks and Happy Thanksgiving.
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