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Old 11-05-2023, 02:19 PM   #1
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21 years old, almost 194,000 miles ....

.... and my car still has its original clutch.

Either BMW makes robust clutches, or I'm a pretty good stick driver, LOL.

The beauty of all this is, the clutch take up has hardly changed at all. Then again, wear could be SO gradual that I hardly notice it, but it sure does feel the take up is at its original spot.

I suppose that's what I get from not tracking my car, and concentrating on making smooooth upshifts/downshifts each and every time I row through the gears.

Anyway, just a random thought.

Please return to your original programming ....

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