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post #16 of 30 Old 12-17-2012, 05:07 PM
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recommendations on a clutch?? I need to keep cost down on my teacher salary....
LUK Gold.


Edit, wait. Not so fast. Mean Max sez LUK repset. Trust Max. http://www.jeepforum.com/forum/f12/c...h-one-1322545/

And he says best pricing here: http://www.carolinaclutch.com/


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post #17 of 30 Old 12-17-2012, 06:22 PM Thread Starter
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LUK Gold.


Edit, wait. Not so fast. Mean Max sez LUK repset. Trust Max. http://www.jeepforum.com/forum/f12/c...h-one-1322545/

And he says best pricing here: http://www.carolinaclutch.com/
Been here only a few months and already know if Max says thats the way to go, I'm good with it. The price is awesome too.... around $135 shipped.

Do they do the master and slave set also?? I looked but not sure I am using the search right there

Any problems with the Rock Auto Rhinopack or Omix brands?? They are both around $100
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post #18 of 30 Old 12-17-2012, 09:04 PM
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Look for the OEM one piece unit with master/hose/slave all in one piece. Go with where you can get it cheapest. Time to read this one.

http://www.jeepforum.com/forum/f12/b...-unit-1112094/

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post #19 of 30 Old 12-19-2012, 07:31 PM
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Napa part numberr: NCF 1105065 Is a Luk replacement set under the Napa brand. $120.00 at my local Napa, 10% off if I reserve online and go in and pick it up.

Luk part number from Carolina Clutch: Part No: 05-065

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Raising this from the archives to re-read in preparation to finally getting around to doing this and noticed that I will need to swap out the clutch pedal assembly to a 94-95. What is the difference between the two and would I be able to make the 92 assembly work??

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post #21 of 30 Old 02-02-2013, 06:38 PM
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Ummmmm, what is it you are planning on doing? You shouldn't need to swap out your pedal assembly...................tell us more of what you have to start with, and where you're going with this.

You were starting out with AX 5 swap, then you were going to put in an AX15 or something. Let us know where you're headed and we'll chip in advice.

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Were you to go with the 2002 AX5, you would get a clutch assembly for a 94/5 Jeep. You would get a clutch master/hose/slave for a 94/5 Jeep, and you'd stick with your year flywheel for your Jeep. The TJ clutch master is a lot longer, it also has a clutch safety switch built into it so it is not compatible with your year Jeep.

This would be all predicated on getting the 2002 bellhousing as well and making the conversion to an external slave. Were you to just get the trans, and bolt it to your existing internal slave bellhousing, then you would stick with all components for your year Jeep.
Maybe I misread this... thought I read clutch pedal assembly and went to look for 94-95 assembly and found it was not the same as for a 92

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In the above quote, the discussion was around clutch HYDRAULICS, not the actual Clutch pedal assembly. The clutch hydraulic system for the 93 and earlier models is different than the hydraulic for the 94 and newer. 93 and older uses internal clutch slave unit, 94 and newer uses external clutch slave unit. The clutch master cylinder has minor differences, but it is just best to get the entire clutch master/hose/slave hydraulic system for the 94 and newer if you're converting from internal clutch slave to external clutch slave.

The pedal/pedal assembly all stays the same. Let me know of course if you come across any difficulties and clarify via this thread, we'll help.

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I knew about the whole internal/external slave deal.... thats half the point of swapping this transmission and bellhousing for the future... well that and the price. Just kind of freaked a little when I misread your old post in this old thread....

read what I just wrote and I know it comes off a bit smartassish.... not trying to be at all though....

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Jackpot!! Pulled the plug and found it had not been visited but the glitter fairy (no synchro sparkles) and it has the fork and everything inside the bellhousing....

Now to start collecting the rest of the parts.... clutch kit and MC/SC set....

I know from this thread the parts I need so thanks guys!!!!

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I am not as smart as the guys on here but if you are needing some parts I read yesterday in the classifieds that someone is parting out a 95 YJ. It was a newer thread. I already asked about a part and he was quick to get back. Good luck with the swap.
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The master/slave pre-bled combo can be sourced through rockauto.com for under $100 + shipping.

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The master/slave pre-bled combo can be sourced through rockauto.com for under $100 + shipping.

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There is a link for the clutch kit in this thread also, the Luk repset.

should I be replacing the little plastic thing that the shift fork pivots on while I am in there or does that really wear at all?? I am planning on doing the rear main just for S & G also... anything else need doing in there while its apart??

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I saw the link. Opihi59 listed them based on my recommendation.

Unless it's specifically damaged, the pivot ball should be fine to reuse.

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I know enough to know what I don't know and try to figure out who knows what I don't so I can pick their brain.... Its worked well for me thus far....

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