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heres the story i was driving one morning and I stepped on the clutch to shift in to gear and felt the clutch pop/snap kinda feeling. I thought it might be a bad master C or the slave and have just replaced them. I bleed them good and it wont go in to gear when the engine is running. My next guess would be the tranny shift lever or something else inside. I only have time on the weekends and its not very much to work on it. Just wonering if anyone has had this problem or know what it could be
 

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It may be possible that your clutch fork is not engaging the release bearing, but I would check the bottom end of your shift lever first and make sure the urethane ring is not in little pieces in the turret.
 
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