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Got a problem when I shift my truck while rpms r high like while beaten on the truck. My clutch pedal will stick to the floor till rpms drop back down. What's the deal it feels like the slave cylinder blows out when it happens I have a one piece flywheel and inot sure what clutch could it be a weak pressure plate or air in the slave cylinder . Keep in mind this only happens at high rpm
 

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So nobody else has had this problem come on guys little help here
 

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havent had this problem, Bump for ya.
 

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Sounds like the throw out bearing is getting hung up for a second while at the higher rpm's. check the input shaft for burrs and nicks. Make sure you have a nice thin layer of grease on the input shaft for the throw out bearing to ride on.
 

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I would try bleeding the slave cylinder first. They aren't too bad to bleed if you have 2 people. When mine had air in it, the pedal would stick to the floor and I would have to pull it back out.
 
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