I got everything put back together and bled the clutch (nasty black fluid). Now the clutch pedal sticks to the floor momentarily. When rebuilding the Thrust Bearing Support, I ordered all new sealing rings. I believe that my car was missing part #22 (Sealing ring that fits onto the Bushing Support Flange (#17)). I did install Part #22 as it came with my kit. While putting the bearing assembly back together, I did notice the springs (part 27 X 2) did not 'snap' the bearing assembly back into place. But rather gently pushed it back to the extended position. Shamaile rote in another thread "According to Gabe ( lead F tech Central Florida Ferrari ) leave the outer dust seal off the actuator. It becomes hard and makes the clutch pedal stick to the floor." Is this the seal #22? This is how I bled the clutch: my helper pressed in the clutch and held it in. I opened up the bleed valve and closed it. He released the clutch pedal. Repeat about 10 times until clear fluid came out. Im thinking: 1- Weak springs (Parts 27) 2- Need to bleed the clutch more 3- Remove seal #22. Lastly, bearing #14, does this need any type of lubrication (bearing grease) or is it lubricated by the gear oil? Thoughts? Thanks. PS I also had 2 of the Exhaust Analyzing Pipes snapped off at the base of the precat bung. I found a local Hot Rod shop who are going to rebuild two for them for $100.