[DML] Re: Clutch replacement advice
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[DML] Re: Clutch replacement advice

Agreed it is you car, make all modifications one wishes, just buy a 
little black book, label it PO and document all modifications so the 
next owner can trace/correct the odd problem that was caused by the 
innocent change.  (The law of unintended consequences).  Please keep 
the book in the glove box, it really is a gift to the next owner.

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "content22207" <brobertson@...> wrote:
> I guess it boils down to owner philosophy. Rather than struggling 
> design limitations, I prefer to modify them for ease and simplicity.
> The slot in my upper bracket is now shaped like a simple letter "U".
> Cable easily slips in and out. As already noted, the lower bracket
> holds the cable from underneath, so once it's in place there's no
> chance of the cable falling out. I anticipate zero problems -- at
> least regarding the shift cable -- the next time I drop my 
> Some owners seem reluctant to stray from any original designs. 

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