At 04:12 PM 1/11/96 -0400, you wrote:
>Palmer, Lew (UCI) wrote:
>> If you are wearing these out at that rate, then your clutch bearing is out
>> of alignment (hits on one side first - not squarely). Also, make sure you
>> have reinstalled the spring clips the right way around. If these aren't
>> right, the bearing will never seat correctly.
>> Lew Palmer
Also, never ride your clutch pedal! Use as sparingly as possible. I've
ridden with drivers who consistantly keep the clutch pedal depressed at stop
signs and stop lights. Doing this is one sure way to minimize the life cycle
of a throw-out bearing!