About 2 weeks ago I removed my T5 from my car and installed a new one. At the same time, I pulled the bellhousing and clutch so I could put a new pilot bearing in. Everything went back together like normal. When I cranked the car over it made a horrible grinding sound and you could tell the starter wasnt working correctly. I had to have the car to get to work so I drove around like that for a couple days. Then, I had the car down for a few days as I was doing an intake swap and when I went to restart it yesterday, the starter made the same noise and then it started clunking also. After a few tries of starting the car, the starter wouldnt even turn the flywheel, all I could hear was the starter motor spinning but the flywheel didnt crank. I figured the starter completely bit the dust so I pulled it out. The teeth were just barely worn on the very outside of them. I got a new starter this morning and it makes the same exact sound and even the clunks, and after a few tries it wont crank the car anymore. I pulled it out, and the teeth on it looked just slightly sheared like the old starter. Needless to say, I'm very frusterated and need to get this fixed. This is my only car and I'm off for 2 days so does anyone have any ideas what I should do? How come before I pulled the tranny/clutch offeverything worked fine? It seems that the gear on the starter is not close enough to engage the flywheel, like the gears are not meshing correctly. How do I adjust this? Is there anything that I could of put back together wrong? The only thing I can think is that the bell housing is too far over but how could that be? Any help would be desperately appreciated. Thanks for your time.