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Unread 04-22-2013, 01:12 PM   #1
lincolnmatthews
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1987 YJ Wrangler 
 
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Location: NW WA, washington
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Ba10 to ax15 ongoing saga of problems

For any of you guys who have followed my thrds you will know that I've been plagued with problems. Quickly I had one shop rebld the ax15 & TC & anther shop do the conversion.

I've had nothing but problems, its lifted about 3", had a SYE installed, lined up the pinion, added new MM (Browndog), even dropped the TC down 3/4". This all helped alot. But I still have some roughness that seems to be coming from the clutch flywheel area?. Its still not right.

Here's my question: I told the shop to install a new clutch & pressure plate for the engine (an 87) not for the transmission used (a 1995), well I found out today that they installed a clutch & pressure plate for the year of transmission!

I've read this forum about the conversion & just talked to an apparent knowledgeable Jeep guy who says that this has been my problem all along. I would like to confirm this by some of you guys who know about this.

The shop is willing to R & R the trans etc & install the 87 parts there not happy but willing to do so. I just want to know for sure!! Appreciate all the help & criticism to that I have received on this forum!! Thanks!

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