Greetings all and Happy New Year. Seems like the only time I come here is when I have a problem. Well, I've been busy finishing up the 32 Ford Roadster and have had some serious medical issues with my Grandson. Anyway....car is almost done as I said but I'm having a "problem" with my clutch. It doesn't disengage the throwout bearing completely and if i'm in 3rd for example, and step on it a bit the engine races. The clutch and brake masters came on the chassis when I bought it. I have a SBC with the correct bellhousing to mate to a T5. The slave cylinder mounts on the b'housing and all seems to work except the clutch arm doesn't come forward enough. It's always riding against the throwout bearing. Anyone encountered this before? I went thru the other post and they talk about pedal ratios, etc. I don't have that type of problem. The clutch pushes like it should...I just don't have any way to adjust the clutch arm. I built the car in a one car garage and it's been a blast. My buddy painted it and I had a friend do the interior. Other than that I did it all and loved it. Any help or suggestions will be appreciated.