Interesting story about the clutch quadrant. As some of you have maybe read I had problems with the rear control box supports from UPR and guess what? I had problems with the freaking quadrant too. You wouldn't think it would be too much trouble but guess again. It came with about 4 washers and no instructions. Your thinking "why does he need instructions?" aren't you. Well, I've never put one on before and I wanted to know the sequence of the washers, so there. I looked up there instructions on the web and wouldn't you know it doesn't say what to do with them, oh great. I end up on MM's site and I get the general idea from them on what's going on. I head back out in the garage to put them on and low and behold the quadrant doesn't fit on the bloody pedal cluster! By this time I'm seeing red and cursing UPR up and down wishing they would fall off the face of the earth. Calming down for a bit I ended up having to use a mallet to get it on and it shaved a thin layer of aluminum off in the process. Well, it fits now.I was so displeased with UPR's products I actually wrote them an e-mail telling them Id never use their products again and what their stuff resembled was cheap Chinese junk. I wasn't really expecting any reply back and in today's world where you get crappy customer service everyday why should I. Well I did get a reply back, and after talking with them on the phone I was quite pleased with the customer service I recieved. First the gentleman I talked to was very sorry and kept apologizing up and down. He also told me they were in the process of revamping instructions to make them clearer and also quadrant must have been a part of a bad batch of 100 they had that must have been sent out, all bored out the wrong size. As an apology and a way to correct the wrong with the box supports and quadrant he is sending me a gift certificate for their products. If I didn't want that he would find something else to make it right. Now, I'm not saying they make great stuff and I'm not saying they make bad stuff, what I am saying is I recieved great customer service, and I got treated how a customer should be treated. Kudo's to UPR for that one. It's nice to know that good customer service is still alive in some places. Take note places like Wendy's and Best Buy. Right now I'm in the process of cleaning the engine bay again for it's second paint job. Stay tuned for details. I got the bay cleaned and primed, I should be able to paint in the next couple days.