Internal vs. External Clutch Slave
From what I hear, the external clutch slave is much less labor intensive to replace when (not IF from what I hear) it goes.
My question is other than the difficulty of replacing the slave, is there any difference between the reliability between internal and external?? Does one fail more ofter than the other?
I can probably get a smokin' deal on a beat '91 XJ with 4.0L HO, AX-15, and NP-231 to use at least for its trans/t-case to replace my BA-10/5 / NP-207... Would it be possible to pick up anything from a j-yard to convert this '91 AX-15 to the later '94+ external slave??
Thanks for any input.
'87 YJ Laredo
- 4.0L, AX-15, NP231, 4.10s: 3.5" BDS, 31" Muds
- Donated drive train to the YJ, Parted out the rest
- Buick 225 V6: Painless Wiring Harness, Warn Overdrive & Hubs, 2" Lift, 31" Muds