A quick history...in my '37 Ford pick up with all stock drivetrain I had clutch chatter issues and usual 3 speed grind problems, but otherwise it was a functional truck. Then I broke an axle shaft and decided on an open driveshaft/T5 swap during the rear axle build. I bough the adapter from Cornhuskers, installed it with all new clutch/pressure plate/bearing/bushing, resurfaced flywheel, etc. The trans got new syncros, the bearings looked and checked out perfect so they were not changed.... Now the problems....as soon as I let the clutch pedal up the first time to back the truck out of the garage, I had chatter...but it drove fine otherwise for roughly 1 month when it started making a noise only when the clutch/trans were engaged that everyone swore was the front bearings in the trans. I pulled the trans out to find a totally egged out pilot bushing. Had the trans checked out and everything is fine. Took the clutch/p-plate/flywheel to a local shop that rebuilt and resurfaced everything. I check the bellhousing alignment with a dial indicator, and it is within .02". Installed the trans again with new pilot bushing and TO bearing. I still have chatter, bad bearing-like noise is gone, and now...2 weeks later I have what sounds like a failed T/O bearing when I push the clutch in. What am I doing wrong??!?! Any advice is much appreciated.