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Possible Bad Throw out bearing

Ok guys need some second opinons here I bought my truck last October now I have noticed that while in netural or really slow speeds or taking off I get a grinding or squealing noise now im thinking its the throw out bearing dont have the money to dump a new clutch in but im gettin ready for a 1200mile drive from kansas to arizona for school at uti and I dont my clutch goin out on me I do have a very small tranny leak like one drop for every 12hrs lol but im gunna do a flush on it to see if that helps cuz I have no problems shifting or getting it into gear in the morning first can be alittle sticky but only when its really cold.

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