Hey all. Just finished a build on a backet case 01' 426. Started up great and runs like a champ but when I pulled the clutch lever in for the first time, oil gushed out of the seal on the actuator shaft. I used Moose gaskets and seals that came w/ a kit for the engine. I thought that maybe the actuator seal from Moose was out of spec so I picked up an OEM seal which made no difference. Maybe the shaft itself is worn out?? I havent seen this before. I dont really know how oil flows through this part of the engine, but im starting to think there is a blocked oil passage somewhere in there, and when i pull the clutch it forces the oil up and out of the actuator hole. What do yall think?? Also, the cluch pushrod assembly didnt have the ball bearing in it when i tore it apart. I ordered one to put it back to how i thought it is supposed to be. But when trying to put the pressure plate on w/ the ball bearing, the assembly is too long, and the pressure plate wont sit flush w/ the plates like it does w/o the ball bearing. Any thoughts? Maybe and aftermarket pushrod that is longer to accomodate no ball bearing???