Last year my TOB finally went out, it had been making noise for years. I didn't have time to do it myself so I gave it to a shop around the corner from me. I told them to use a FRPP HD TOB, new FRPP clutch fork, and the Lethal Performance TOB retainer sleeve. While they were in there they said the clutch had some wear (OEM) and asked if I wanted to replace it. It was only a little more to do it, so I said fine. They used an OE clutch and when I got the car back the clutch pedal had some play. They said they couldn't get it any tighter and I could do an adjustable cable/quadrant if I wanted to take up the slack and said the clutch cable was probably stretched (though it had no slack before this). I said fine and ordered FRPP adjustable cable, FRPP firewall adjuster, and FRPP double hook quadrant. I finally got around to installing these today. I adjusted everything using the recommendations I've heard. I went to start the car and it made a crazy noise. I turned it off, went under the car, and realized the fork was hitting the pressure plate. I put JUST ENOUGH slack into the clutch cable so they wouldn't touch and I'm pretty much back to the same pedal play as before I did this. To me the only thing to blame could be the OE clutch since everything else is FRPP and new. Everything was OEM before the clutch/TOB swap also and there were no issues. Would this be correct? Is this common for an OE clutch?