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Originally Posted by Jeff NJ View Post
Another option is that my disc is somehow pressing on the flywheel and transferring force to the disc even though the PP is far enough away. Maybe there is something wrong with the splines, or something is jammed in it to keep it from moving? The side of the original disc that failed is up against the flywheel, not the PP, so that would be consistent with the disc not moving away from the flywheel when the PP is fully released...
If there's something wrong with the trans input shaft, ex: burr on it preventing the disc from sliding on it easily, then maybe -- but I would think you would have noticed the resistance when assembling the trans onto the engine, it likely would not have slid on so easily.
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