I have cross posted this from the 80 Series area. This is how I am experiencing my clutch problems. The problems are not entirely consistent with some of the symptoms been experienced more frequent than others. ·Difficult to change gears (even when warm) ·In loaded torque situations (steep uphill) I noticed for the first time today very quick increase in engine revs with little increase in speed. ·When depressing the clutch, and engadging first gear there is a clunk, even with the clutch still been depressed. ·When changing gear at below 2000 RPM , there seems to be a delay before the clutch grabs completely. Typically one can hear the sound of shifting to the next gear, then after the clutch makes contact there is millisecond delay before there is a clunk. This makes gear changes a tad tricky as I now rides the clutch until the contact is made properly. ·Pilot bearing is noisy and growls, especially in the morning. It feels as if the clutch is for one not releasing properly and that once in gear the clutch is perhaps slipping or not making proper contact until it grabs completely. Apart from the above issues I also have an issue with the clutch when changing gear at high RPMs in the that clutch leaver becomes very stiff and hard and remains close to the ground and then slowly release, back to normal. This only happens at high RPM’s and I have had it since I got the vehicle. The vehicle has done 125 000km and is 5 years old. I bought it 6 months ago. My question is, I am having a hydraulic issue with the master/slave cylinders or am I due for a clutch replacement?