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      01-07-2013, 08:56 PM   #1
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Clutch stop install question

So I just got my clutch stop and the install was easy.. Only problem is when I took the OEM one out, it fell into that space below it and I couldn't get it.. Would this be a problem in any way or can I just ignore it? Thanks
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      01-07-2013, 10:28 PM   #2
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So I just got my clutch stop and the install was easy.. Only problem is when I took the OEM one out, it fell into that space below it and I couldn't get it.. Would this be a problem in any way or can I just ignore it? Thanks
Had the same problem when I installed mine. I used something (can't remember) to poke/lift it out. I dont think it messes anything up...I just wanted it out.

Isn't that clutch stop amazing? I left in all 3 rubbers. Most people leave in 2...but 3 was perfect for me.
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Problem is I don't know where it is at all ... And I don't want to lift the carpet off because I just don't wanna mess around with it.

I left the 3 in and it's perfect. Every shift is so smooth and downshifting is great. It's perfect
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Is it worth taking the flooring out and looking for it? Or should I just leave it?
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      01-08-2013, 12:35 PM   #5
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Part of mine fell through as well. Just leave it. It isn't hurting anyone, except for that extra gram of weight that will really hurt performance!
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Part of mine fell through as well. Just leave it. It isn't hurting anyone, except for that extra gram of weight that will really hurt performance!
Alright thanks. Just making sure it wouldn't get in the way of anything
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clutch stop is one of the best mods IMO... I love mine.

best $10 ive ever spent!
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