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post #1 of 15 Old 02-06-2008, 05:32 PM Thread Starter
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who else has the bad habit of not using a clutch?

anyone else here have a bad habit of shifting the lazy way, and not using the clutch? i try to concentrate and get out of the habit, but i do it without noticing now. i dont even drive a big rig!!! it just shifts so nice without it! i guess if my clutch pedal wasnt so stiff i might actually use it. i would hate to fry my sinchros

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I do it all the time, LOL.

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GUILTY AS CHARGED !!! I do it all the time and my southbend goes down easy... its just a bad habit I have

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Back when I worked at the lumberyard they had an old Ford with a 460 and I hardly ever used the clutch loaded or not.

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Once in a great wile but it's very hard on a synchronized trans so I try not to. But I started driving 13 speed big trucks at 13 years old and spent 25 years grinding gears off and on. So when my auto pilot kicks in I am known to grab one without the clutch now and then but it's a BAD habit!!

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yup shifting up and down. like said ive never driven a big rig but I like savin the clutch. Ive driven it like that for 2 years now and no syncro problems and the clutch feels like brand new still.



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That old 460 Superduty I drove had 180,000 on it before they finally had to do the clutch

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yup me too but i am payin for it now pricing tranny parts now and not lookin good but i need the whole #2 sinc assly. and the sinc kit and and and... but i will try really hard to rember the clutch now so i dont have to do this again.

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That old 460 Superduty I drove had 180,000 on it before they finally had to do the clutch
they never put 460's in the superduty.



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how do you shift without the clutch?
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