Got my car back apart after only 40 or 50 miles. '56 chevy, 383, super T10. When I got it apart I just happened to notice that the throwout bearing(which was new when I assembled everything this summer) has an insane amount of slop. The thing moves about 1/16 of an inch(inner part of the bearing in relation to the outer). I'm told some bearings are designed this way, but the extra bearing that I have does not move like this. The bearing seemed to be in the fork properly. Did I goof up? The only thing I could think of was that maybe I had the fork/linkage adjusted improperly. I had it set up so that there was very little movement of the fork before the clutch began to disengage. Could this have been the cause of the bearing wear? How much travel should the fork have before it begins to press on the pressure plate? Thanks for the help.