Hydro clutch conversion with YJ tub & pedals. What master/slave to use?
I've been searching and have seen a lot of posts around here and pirate about converting to a hydro clutch setup, and most people suggest using a 4-cyl CJ master/slave cylinder. My question is this... I have a YJ hydraulic clutch pedal assembly that I would like to use in my build. I don't *have* to, but I've got it already and I sold the original CJ mechanical clutch pedal. I've got an AMC 360 -> Ford T-18.
I'm assuming that if I used a YJ clutch master cylinder that I wouldn't have to adapt anything and it would just work. It would also be ideal if I could just use a YJ slave cylinder as well. Did the YJs use an external slave cylinder that would bolt up to my T-176 bellhousing?
SO. If the YJ master/slave won't work, should I use the YJ master cylinder and a CJ slave cylinder and adapt the hose fittings? Would the CJ master cylinder work with the YJ pedal assembly? I've seen pictures of the pedals next to each other and the CJ and YJ clutch pedals are different. Lots of questions, but maybe this would be helpful for others as well.
Thanks in advance!
CJ7, AMC 360 Howell TBI, T-18a, d300, D44 front and rear, Stock YJ rear springs all around SOA and outboarded, BFG 33x12.50s, Warn XD9000i