I'm installing a new King Cobra clutch and just finally wrestled getting the transmission back on. I got the transmission started but couldn't get it in the last 1/2" or so, so I pushed down on the clutch pedal and was able to get it the rest of the way in. The clutch cable has a good deal of slack now (3/4" - 1"). The clutch pedal will fall halfway to the floor before it starts to engage against the pressure plate. I looked through the hole in the bellhousing and everything appears to be OK and the clutch fork/TOB moves on the shaft bearing retainer freely. The only thing I cannot see is the clutch fork/pivot ball connection. Is there a way to tell if the clutch fork/pivot ball is intact with the transmission installed? I REALLY don't want to pull it back off again just to check this connection. There is a quadrant installed, and the clutch cable is hooked into the middle slot but the cable wasn't this loose before the install. Is this extra slack somehow associated with having a new clutch? I have a firewall adjuster to install, but I want to make sure everything is right before I put everything back together again.