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post #31 of 48 Old 02-12-2013, 08:10 PM Thread Starter
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okay you have the link for that specific kit?

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post #32 of 48 Old 02-12-2013, 08:17 PM
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okay you have the link for that specific kit?
No, I'm doing it the old fashioned way, by book.
Looks like they don't have your flywheel or sc, well back to where we were. Their kit is 200 bucks pn52002.10 I checked out centerforce, and unless you have some cash burning a hole in your pocket stay away.

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I checked out centerforce, and unless you have some cash burning a hole in your pocket stay away.

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dude i know i was just looking at it and its crazy expensive, i mean i would spend the money for it but my Rubicon express lift kit was supposed to get installed this weekend but now this stupid clutch problem has to get taken care of first
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I checked out centerforce, and unless you have some cash burning a hole in your pocket stay away.

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dude i know i was just looking at it and its crazy expensive, i mean i would spend the money for it but my Rubicon express lift kit was supposed to get installed this weekend but now this stupid clutch problem has to get taken care of first [/QUOTE]

Check my link above

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by the way great link now to decide which one to go with basic or progold hmmmm....
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I think that the normal one would be fine, depending on what you plan to do with it. Assuming by what you said about the lift, I suppose you plan to do some offroading, so maybe the pro may be worth it.

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well i will be doing some offroading but nothing crazy it is my daily driver and i don't want to abuse her lol so im going to go with the basic one cant beat that price! and you said get the flywheel along with the MC right ?
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well i will be doing some offroading but nothing crazy it is my daily driver and i don't want to abuse her lol so im going to go with the basic one cant beat that price! and you said get the flywheel along with the MC right ?
Absolutely, I have read more that one post about getting the flywheel resurfaced and it doesn't take we'll to it. And when replacing a part of the hydro system, you normally do both. Depending on an internal or external sc.

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Nice well now i know exactly what im going to get and what my game plan is Im going to order the parts then and hopefully everything goes good! thanks alot again dude you have helped me out tremendously!
either way like i said before ill keep you posted about how it all went
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Nice well now i know exactly what im going to get and what my game plan is Im going to order the parts then and hopefully everything goes good! thanks alot again dude you have helped me out tremendously!
either way like i said before ill keep you posted about how it all went
No problem, you came to the right place. And yeah let us know. KCCO!

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post #43 of 48 Old 02-13-2013, 07:31 AM
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I'm gonna pop up again and interject on a few issues. DAjeep88, you seemed confused on your transmission. Is it an AX-15 or the BA-10. The Puegot came standard in YJ's until after March 9, 1989 as a manufacture date. Your vehicle would have had a Puegot, but maybe it was changed out? I don't think it makes any difference in the clutch kit, but it will make a difference in the fluid you use for the tranny. Gear oil for the BA-10, 10w30 for the AX-15

I would probably have a different take on replacing the clutch master cylinder, but they are pretty cheap, easy to get at and it's up to you. You don't repalce a brake master when a wheel cylinder leaks do you? Personally, I don't throw parts at something cause I can. If it is worn, will save me time/money in the future I will do it. If not, I will let it wear until I question whether it needs replacing or not. For your master cylinder you will know when it gives up and see leaking down the firewall or in the cab. It is simple to replace at any time. I realize this is just my opinion, said respectfully of other's whose opinions differ, and it's up to you to judge.

Regarding the flywheel and whether to replace vs. resurface, Read this thread. Mean Max is probably the man here when it comes to transmissions, has a great thread with questions and all on rebuilding the AX-15. I'd trust what he says. He also addresses the issue of the type Luk kit to use. The Rep kit is probably his recommendation. you should be fine with just resurfacing

http://www.jeepforum.com/forum/f12/c...an-max-836239/
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See I heard that because the flywheel is come shaped that they have a hard time keeping that shape and causes the clutch to wear prematurely . I don't have experience with this "issue" but I have seen more than one thread saying not to resurface. But I do suppose you are right, it is a matter of opinion. As for the master cylinder, if it is leaking then you now have dirt in the system, not the mc can be damaged and can go at anytime. It's a little bit different than the brake master. Check your fluid in the mc, if its dark then you have dirt in it. And bleed it as much as you want, good luck getting it all out.

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TJ flywheels are convex (I think) but not YJs. The issue doesn't involve our vehicles. YJ flywheels are flat. Any cracks or pitting that appear are typically just surface defects removed in the re-finishing process. If not,then the flywheel could be defective and should be replaced. I'm no expert by any means, but I trust Mean Max on the issue.
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