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I would imagine so, if it's only a u-joint. You said it's going through all gears without the clutch and not stalling? And your gears aren't grinding from shifting without the clutch? Please correct me if I misread what your saying, but if this is true, I'd say you have bigger problems than just a u-joint.
time to drop the tranny and take a look
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KENNE BELL 2.1L = SOLD
KENNE BELL 2.8H = Waiting to be installed
i did the same thing. i was leaving a bar at 2 am and i did this huge burnout from 1st to 2nd and my clutch ate $hit. on the clutch disc itself, the friction plates on both sides of the disc separated. i got a stage 2 racing clutch now and damn my clutch pedal is sooooo hard lol
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