Originally Posted by YjStrangler92
you would b surprised how many corners some people cut. I try to cover everything once myself. Id rather be wheelin then workin on it.lol
I wouldn't be surprised at all. I've seen too much of it over the years.
There are two problems with Wrenchtwister13's post:
The biggest problem is that the FSM specifically says to NOT machine the flywheel. The surface has a domed shape which machining will cut off. There have been several people around here that have machined the flywheel and claim to have no problems. However, there are also several folks that have reported problems with the clutch not engaging smoothly after machining the flywheel. The fact that you don't machine the TJ flywheel had already been mentioned in previous posts.
The most obvious problem with his post is that the OP stated that he had installed a new flywheel. What would be the point of machining a new flywheel?