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Old 03-18-2013, 02:41 PM   #22
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I am afraid you got it vice versa.

If clutch discs, or fibers or pressure plate or springs are worn, the result is clutch slippage. Clutch grabbing is the result of wrapped discs or ??? I believe something was misplaced in this clutch, but don't know what...

Now installing a shim washer at the end of the pushrod will result to the pushrod sitting deeper in the slave cyl, which will compensate for that, keeping less mineral oil. Hydraulic clutch does exactly that: compensates for small clutch differences, new or worn clutch assy, filling the gap with hydraulic fluid.
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