Glad I found this site! I recently rebuilt the engine and trans in my '79 Spider. All back together now (not quite ready to start, and nervous to do so after below), but I tried to bleed the clutch and *think* I'm having problems. I've got all the air out of the system, but the pedal is so soft, you can reach into the engine compartment and easily push in the lever with your fingers. I replaced the master and slave cylinders and hoses, but it does the same thing. I'm using Dot 3 fluid. No leaks, No air. The slave cylinder moves the clutch fork only about 3mm - the book says it should move 11-12mm. I'm really frustrated, having gone through 2 masters and 2 slaves with no luck. Is it only supposed to move this far? Any ideas? I'm not a novice at this stuff, and I don't *think* I'm missing the obvious. What gives? thanks!