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Old 02-15-2018, 12:54 PM   #1  
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Clutch that might not be disengaging

So I am hoping I not going to get kicked over to high performance with this but here it goes.... Sometimes when I have to push my clutch back in because it sounds like it didn't fully disengage. I have a South Bend dual disk clutch and I am not totally sure if upgraded hydraulics were installed when the clutch was. Anyone have the same issues or have heard of this? I've had South Bend on a first and second gen and never experienced this.
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