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· Ken
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The slipping might also be a built-in feature of the clutch delay valve in the slave cylinder. It's job is to reduce shock to the drivetrain and smooth out shifts at the cost of clutch life (and shift speed). Not to say your issues are not valid but it's just another thing to consider before diving into a clutch job.

However it does sound like you have other related issues too. If replacing the clutch, I'd recommend replacing everything else (ie bearings, rear main seal, etc.) while you have the car apart as @johnk_11 mentioned above.

I'd probably focus on the clutch first if funds are an issue. You can still drive on shot struts, not so much on a bad clutch (or related).
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