So I just finished buttoning everything up yesterday afternoon on my '90 5.0 hatch after replacing the rear main seal, flywheel, clutch, TOB, clutch fork, clutch cable and firewall adjuster. The clutch kit is a CJPP King Cobra, FRPP flywheel and OEM clutch cable. The bellhousing is original; I've seen some saying the older bellhousings are not as deep. I started it up and can hear a noticeable cyclic rubbing/scraping sound from the bellhousing area. I pulled the starter and can feel some scraping on the pressure plate, and after doing some research I see that this is a common problem. So, appears I have to pull everything back apart (not happy about this) and clearance the bellhousing. From what I've read people talk about grinding off enough material from the BH where the pressure plate rubs. What do people use to grind this off? Do I need a handheld die grinder, or can I get to it with a normal bench grinder?