Is your clutch rod mushroomed on the end? Are you missing the ball bearing typically found at one end of the clutch rod?
Clutch push rod is OK. It did occur to me that the ball bearing may have been misplaced. I never saw it on the garage floor. I will check for the this. Thanks for the reminder.Is your clutch rod mushroomed on the end? Are you missing the ball bearing typically found at one end of the clutch rod?
Goldy... would you mind recommending a brand?You could try using synthetic oil in the gearbox, I find they seem to shift a lot smoother with it.
First take that out of there and put a proper GL-4 spec EP90 gear oil in there before you make things worse. Hypoid gear oil (GL-5) is meant for hypoid type gears and does not really work properly with your straight type gears in your transmission. It also does not contain the proper compounds to protect yellow metals and you have a bunch of bronze bushings in your gearbox.I have since replaced 80/90 hypoid oil twice in the course of 100 miles to clean out the old stuff.