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Unread 05-03-2010, 05:02 PM   #1
MbFDCJ7
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cj7 clutch question

i have a 84 cj7 with hydraulic clutch, the master cylinder rod where it pins to the clutch pedal, the clevis pin slipped out of the clutch and master rod, and wont stay in (tight enough, it holds but if you move it around it pulls back out) i tried a washer and the length isnt long enough for sping pin to clip on the clevis. My question is can i simply replace the clevis pin, or do i need to think about the clutch pedal. Any and all advise thank you

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