400 miles ago I had a new centerforce DF clutch, new TO bearing, new pivot ball, new clutch fork,and a new pilot bearing installed in my cobra. Well from the second I picked it up I noticed the clutch engaged a hair(literally) off the floor, and I couldnt shift very fast at all. I just thought it needed to be broken in. Well earlier today I noticed a ticking sound coming from the pedal area, so my first thought was TO bearing. well before I could get home, I could hardly get it in any gear, and when I would put it in neutral and go to first or reverse it would jump like I wasnt pushing in the clutch all the way. I get it home and get it in the air, remove the cable access cover on the tranny....Geuss what falls into my hand A BUNCH IF BALL BEARINGS!!! I could also see what I believed to be about half of the TO bearing still on the input shaft. ****Heres the question of the thread**** I noticed the clutch cable had almost enough slack in it to remove it off the clutch fork, shouldnt that had been tight? What could cause this bearing to get eaten up so quickly ???