I bled the hell out of it tonight, some more air came out but still no luck.
I can put it in gear when the engines off but only first and reverse for some reason. One time when I was testing the clutch by putting it in first while holding the clutch in I turned over the starter, the jeep jumped forward but it got stuck in 1st, I had to hop the jeep forward again to get it out of first.
I'm probably going to end up pulling it all apart tomorrow. I was going to check if the clutch plate is on right, I didn't check at all which way it went when I installed it. I'm new at this and didnt know it mattered. It probably says on it which is the sad part. I have the clutch cover bolted down at 30 ft/lbs because thats what is says to do on it.
I read somewhere the pilot bearing could cause some issues, when I was installing it I managed to pull a tiny bit of the rubber stuff under the rollers out of its place but it still seemed to roll and I had no other bearing to use so I went with it.
I thought I would also add my hydraulic tubing from the master to the slave is bent all weird from when I had a hard time getting it off the old master and then bending it back into shape to fit the direction I needed it to go.
Anything else I can rule out as a problem this next time I pull out the tranny along with checking if the friction plate is on correct?
Are there any tricks with just pulling out the tranny a little bit to check these things? So I don't have to take EVERYTHING apart to get to it.
Thank you all for your help.
Currently Jeepless, if you get too frustrated with yours I'll take it off your hands.