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10-17-2007 02:59 PM
hemmer alright cool thats what i thought. thank you.
10-16-2007 09:17 PM
debruins yes wear on the throw out bearings, if you're at a light, put it in neutral and watch the light of the people that are going, when it turns yellow then put it in first.

also if you get rear ended and your foot slips off, you are gonna go out into the intersection iand get hit by oncomoing traffic!! :-O
10-16-2007 08:14 PM
hemmer
one more clutch question

ok i keep getting mixed answers from my friends. when the cluch pedal is to the floor is that safe? like if your at a light and your in first with the pedal to the floor is there wear on anything?

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