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the box got reconditioned 1 yr ago. it feels pretty good. it feels smooth still. On cold start/drive its hard to get into gear and it feels abit rough. i think my clutch is on its way also

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This is normal, also since you have only done the oil once on a new box. Dont stress on it as the filings are supposed to gather there.

+1. if i was you i'd run a fresh batch of oil through it, run it for a day then re-do the oil change.

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