I just took my 60 to the dealer b/c it is having a hard time shifting into gear. They recommended replacing the clutch master, slave, throw out bearing and the clutch (for the low price of $2000) They said that there is rust in the line etc. I replaced the slave and flushed out all of the rust in the line. It's still having a tough time going into gear. I bought the slave from the dealer. I noticed afterward in my Toyota manual that it recommends putting grease on the cylider. I didn't do that. Is this perhaps why it's still having trouble? Is greasing that essential? Or is it perhaps that the master cylinder needs replaced also. I don't understand how it would be the clutch needing replaced b/c of rust in the master/slave line, b/c that fluid doesn't come in contact with the clutch. Any help would be appreciated! I'd rather not drop 2 grand.