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"I don't know where this is or how to check it. Do you mean the bottom of the clutch fork shaft and the short lever that the stop bolt presses against? There are marks?"

Yes, there should be some kind of marks on the shaft and the arm that should line up.

It sure looks to me like there is still some space between the TOB and the guide tube flange judging by the grease that I see but here's how to tell for sure. Increase the pedal travel by adjusting pedal stop at the pedal a couple turns. If the pedal doesn't hit the stop then you know the TOB is hitting on the guide tube flange. If it does hit the stop then the TOB wasn't hitting the flange and you got some more travel. Try it again with the increased travel to see if it still grinds. Forget the up on the jack stuff with trying to stop the wheels with it in neutral, any manual trans will turn the rear wheels like that because of fluid drag.
Old 05-19-2015, 11:17 AM
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