When installing a new clutch, is it normal to put a small amount of grease on the input shaft of the tranny and the pilot bearing in the crankshaft? I put a brand new Centerforce2 cutch and pressure plate, on a brand new Hays flywheel, with a brand new pilot bearing, less than a year ago. I did not put any grease on anything inside. I was getting some noise from the clutch when depressed, so I pulled it all out. I come to find that the disk is loose on the input shaft splines, thus allowing it to wobble. This allowed the springs in the clutch disk to rub on the crankshaft bolt that hold the flywheel on, thus my noise. I am pretty pissed that I spent so much money on a top of the line clutch and it did not even last a year. Is this normal? I am considering calling Centerforce, and ask to have it replaced. Unfortunately I need to have the truck back together by this Thursday evening, so I don't think a replacement would make it to me in time. What would you guys do? Any input would be appreciated. Thanks, Mike.