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    Well let's hope this is all it is.

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    not uncommon on trucks that see mud. Take a good look at the flywheel, friction disc, and pressure plate while you have it apart.

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    Well the fun has begun.
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    Got the transmission out. Pilot bearing is iffy and the throw out bearing seems the same. Clutch looks brand new like the po said. Input shaft didn't have any play and it felt solid. I'm gonna get a new pilot bearing and put it back and see how it goes.

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    Definitely replace the pilot bearing. Get a sealed bearing and avoid those with metal shielding. The sealed type bearings are more effective at keeping out water and dirt. I've had two shielded bearings fail due to rust. When they bind or seize, it can destroy the input shaft.

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