My throwout bearing was bad, so I replaced OEM clutch with Ram HDX, pilot/throwout bearings, and bearing housing. When I got the car back it shifted like a dream. I didn't have to mash the clutch all the way in for a clean shift. 24 hours later, it still feels like a new clutch but on occasion I have to put quite the effort in making sure the clutch is all the way pushed in - otherwise I can't get it into gear or it doesn't shift that smooth. Keep in mind I just had the new clutch put in yesterday. It still is much better than OEM - day and night. Need to figure out why sometimes I have a really hard time getting it into gear. Seems like 3rd may be specifically tough - but again it's not every time, or maybe I am pushing the clutch in with more and less pressure and that's what is going on. Does this have anything at all to do with the shifter? I still have an OEM shifter. I do have an SR clutch adjustor kit that I need to install. Just haven't got to it yet, or know exactly how. I am wondering if this will help? Maybe the quadrant is bad? Any ideas are greatly appreciated.