So if you ever had to replace your clutch master, you found one of the "off days" the engineers had. The mount the master with two phelps screws/bolts into two nylock nuts. The screw heads on the inside are hard to get at and of course you can't hold the nuts on the outside while you do it. I eventually got mine off with vicegrips holding the nuts, but I wasn't going to put the new one on like that.

I drilled some holes in a piece of aluminum scrap I had lying around.


I taped the two outer holes for the bolt the same size as the oem. Trimmed and cleaned it up a bit.


When I pushed the new clutch in the plate, the rubber boot held it in place while I started the bolts. Worked really nice and it will be so much easier the next time I work on it.