The fingers on my clutch gave out the other week, the local ford dealer were the only ones that could do it quickly ( and more or less the same prices as others quoting a week before they do it anyway )
Clutch and slave changed.
The clutch feels lighter which was expected, maybe not that light, but it's sorted at least.
Whats really odd is the steering feels much lighter too, the feedback from the road and feeling of grip has gone.
I had brand new Dunlops fitted the week before and the feeling compaired my old worn michelins ( on the legal limit ) was great, i love these sport response, more grip in the wet than i had in the dry before.
That feeling from the tyres has gone, in the dry it feels worse than the worn tyres in damp.
On faster constant radius bends ( large roundabouts and slip roads ) it feels unsettled and scrabbley at the front.
The confidence to push on and enjoy B roads has gone
Before the clutch change these tyres didn't understand the concept of understeer and the front end felt confident and planted with good feedback and quick response.
The difference on the feel of the car is even more noticable when going from the work vehicles during the day to the car for the drive home, this is much more pronounced than before.
So, do the clutch and steering share the same fluid? could it be this has been changed for a lighter one?
How much of the suspention of any is removed for fitting? could the tracking have been changed?
Tyre pressures have been checked and are correct.