You ever fight with a manual transmission that just doesn’t want to slide into the clutch and bellhousing? Or one that just never seems to shift as nicely as you’d like? Or one that makes noise and wipes out your pilot bearing? Often times the reason for all three of these things is a bellhousing that is just a bit off center so that the input shaft of the transmission is under pressure. That’s why you should always use a dial indicator and a couple of simple tricks, to measure your bellhousing to find out if it is offset. Fixing it is easy, and in the video below you are going to see Jefferson Bryant show you just how to do it at home with simple tools.