Okay, I've just mated my Muncie 4 speed to my 396 (both original to car) I had my engine professionally rebuilt so I started by purchasing a pilot bushing. After trips to 3 parts stores, I found a non-magnetic bronze bushing at NAPA and installed it using a block of wood between it & the hammer. I then installed the allignment tool that came with my new Centerforce dual friction clutch, along with the new pressure plate into my new cast iron flywheel and placed the clutch over each. I was sure to (in a star pattern) tighten the clutch bolts to 35 ft.lbs....So far so good right?......I removed my alignment tool which seemed to be a little tight going into & coming out of the pilot bushing. It did slide through the splines of the pressure plate just fine though. I attached the bell housing, fork, and centerforce throwout bearing. I then started placing the muncie in and, it got tough the last 3/8 to 1/2 inch. I decided to place the 4 bolts in the tranny & pulled the assembly together. It pulled in with relative ease......Now I notice that, with what I believe tthe tranny to be in neutral, the rear yolk will not turn. Is this due to the pilot bushing being tight around the shaft? Should I force it? Any suggestions?