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Unread 02-26-2009, 08:47 AM   #1
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Help: external clutch slave cylinder swap


i am swapping my Peugeot tranny of my 87 YJ for a Ford NP435 4-speed.
The engine is a 258cui engine.
Clutch, Bellhousing and Clutch release arm come from a CJ7 with 258, T150 Transmission and mechanical clutch linkage.
I dont want to use the mechanical link setup
I want to install an external hydraulic clutch slave cylinder in my YJ to get rid of the stock internal one.

Which external jeep slave cylinder work best for my setup?

I considered a jeep slave cylinder made for a CJ 80-86 2.5l engine.

Maybe somebody has done a similar swap and can tell me what he has used for the clutch.

Greetings from Germany

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