The throwout bearing pushes against three fingers on the pressure plate to release the clutch. Three things make this a point of concern. If the bearing is graphite it can be worn and uneven at its wear surface. The fingers can be either misadjusted, or their pivot points can be worn so that they push unevenly. or the pilot shaft that directs the Throwout bearing"s travel can be worn allowing the Throwout bearing to be wobbly. (a driven disk with missing material can also cause this but less likely. On a CUb I would fix it not use it because the damage can get more expensive if let go. Jim
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