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post #50251 of 85760 Old 06-20-2013, 12:08 PM
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im assuming since mine is internal its going to be a pain in the *** to bleed?

also just order 4 Moog ball joints for the WJ knuckle swap. $166 shipped off Rockauto
Ya, idk that procedure. I'm sure that like the external, if you don't know the secret, it's a B!
For those of you following this, the external slave bleeding is easiest if you:
Have a second person to hold the clutch pedal when needed.
Before attaching the slave to the BH, you will use the plunger and the bleed valve on the slave to bleed the system.
If you need this info in more detail PM me.


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post #50252 of 85760 Old 06-20-2013, 12:16 PM
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When I get off topic, sometimes I Keep Going... and forget to bring it back to my point.
Bias ply tires were used when people drove faster, could drive faster. I heard that there were occasional blowouts
Yes Radials are better road tires.

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Added a full size power wire in preparation for door-lock upgrade, and power for lights, Radios, inverter, acc.
cleaning up rust on floors

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What is this power lock upgrade you speak of?

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post #50253 of 85760 Old 06-20-2013, 01:47 PM
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im assuming since mine is internal its going to be a pain in the *** to bleed?

also just order 4 Moog ball joints for the WJ knuckle swap. $166 shipped off Rockauto
You can bleed it like a brake. There's a bleeders crew on the left of the bellhousing. I usually gravity bleed it, then use someone to push the clutch pedal.
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post #50254 of 85760 Old 06-20-2013, 02:02 PM
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uh good question haha honestly dont know. its a 91 ax15 4.0
It's internal. 93 was external
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post #50255 of 85760 Old 06-20-2013, 02:05 PM
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You can bleed it like a brake. There's a bleeders crew on the left of the bellhousing. I usually gravity bleed it, then use someone to push the clutch pedal.
got a pic? sorry im just being lazy haha

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It's internal. 93 was external

ok cool thanks


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because anyone can drive a wrangler
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im assuming since mine is internal its going to be a pain in the *** to bleed?

also just order 4 Moog ball joints for the WJ knuckle swap. $166 shipped off Rockauto
No it be the same as bleeding brakes. Someone pump someone bleed.
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got a pic? sorry im just being lazy haha

ok cool thanks
No problem man
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post #50258 of 85760 Old 06-20-2013, 02:39 PM
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No it be the same as bleeding brakes. Someone pump someone bleed.
Ok cool that's easy enough lol I'm tired of driving it like this. Its like an on/off clutch haha


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changed out the master cylinder for the clutch. wasnt to bad at all. it is internal but there is just a little bleeder sticking out. bleeding it alone sucked but still managed lol


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Put on a brake hose from a dodge Dakota which is 6" longer than stock and extended the hard line to accommodate the stretch. Still waiting on my drive shaft, It's getting a little irritating I just want to drive it.

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What is this power lock upgrade you speak of?
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For stubborn & derelict electric door locks.

I'm pretty sure if you do a search on Cherokee XJ tech section you'll find more, but I think they mostly go back to this one:

http://www.naxja.org/forum/showthread.php?t=1874

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Shout out to chris87xj

I finally made the brackets and the print was a major help!

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