post #91 of Old 10-05-2013, 09:23 PM
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Hey Silver. For what its worth. I think you need the tool for the year and vehicle the tranny came out of. I got the tool for the '97 XJ tranny, NOT the tool for my '88 YJ. I first used the tool for the '88 YJ and that ended up being my problem...wrong tool. I think you need the tool for your tranny not your '89 YJ.


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94-99 is the same right?
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post #94 of Old 10-05-2013, 09:40 PM
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You need the 10 spline, 1-1/4" tool, that has a 0.750" pilot tip.

Your '89 would have used the same type of tool, except with a 0.590" tip.

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http://www.amazon.com/Lisle-55500-Cl...alignment+tool

$20.00, never have to worry if you have the right size again.

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http://www.amazon.com/Lisle-55500-Cl...alignment+tool

$20.00, never have to worry if you have the right size again.
I have the Snap-On version of that, and I don't use it.

For me, the plastic splined tool that comes in a LuK kit just have a better, more positive feel.

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You need the 10 spline, 1-1/4" tool, that has a 0.750" pilot tip.

Your '89 would have used the same type of tool, except with a 0.590" tip.

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I got the 1973 AMC cj5 withe the 304 V8 backed up by the t-15 pilot bushing
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I got the 1973 AMC cj5 withe the 304 V8 backed up by the t-15
Yep, same part number pilot bushing I quoted earlier.

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Cool! Thanks for all the help in advance! I told my son (4years old) I would take him out in the jeep the day the trans quite.
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I have the Snap-On version of that, and I don't use it.

For me, the plastic splined tool that comes in a LuK kit just have a better, more positive feel.

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I agree, but when you don't have one this is the next best.

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So I pulled the T-case off re did the clutch and had the trans fall on me... getting gas and my lighter ..
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Got the tool!! Thanks max!
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Got the tool!! Thanks max!
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Toook the day off to fix the jeep.. regret every second of it. Its still not going in.....
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post #105 of Old 10-11-2013, 03:33 PM
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Take a breather. Relax.

Go to the hardware store & buy 2 of the longest 7/16" bolts they have. Cut the heads off of both, and then cut slots in the ends where you cut the heads off. Install them into the 3 & 9 o'clock bellhousing bolt holes. This will allow you to put them through the bellhousing & it'll hold up the front of the transmission, leaving you to only tilt the rear of the transmission up & down to achieve alignment.

Have the transmission in 4th gear, so you can twist the output shaft to align the clutch splines.

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