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Date: Mon, 16 Jul 2007 23:19:06 GMT
From: still me <wheeledBobnospamo.com>
Subject: Re: My left leg gets a workout


On Mon, 16 Jul 2007 23:00:48 GMT, Doug Schwarz <seenospamfor.address.edu> wrote: >Thanks for your comments, but I don't think it's the cable. The clutch >has been heavy since the car was new and there was no change (in that, >anyway -- I did notice a bit less friction) when the cable was replaced >after it did break some time ago. No mechanic has ever mentioned the >force as a problem so I have no reason to suspect that the cable is >about to break again. Well, they do go after 50K miles, so keep aware. THe only other things it could possibly be are the pressure plate or the arm that pulls the yoke. I've never heard of the yoke being an issue. The pressure plates come in differing spring rates (higher rates for the higher HP turbos) but it is unlikely that your car has a turbo clutch in it - and there should still not be that much difference.

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