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post #1 of 3 Old 08-02-2018, 04:17 PM Thread Starter
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Wanted: CJ Hydraulic Clutch Pedal Assembly

I have a 1980 CJ7 with the mechanical clutch pedal assembly. I would like to find one from another later CJ, I think about 1976 and up, that had the four cylinder with the hydraulic clutch. I can always modify mine, but I'd rather try to find the right part first.

Maybe you're the guy that wants to go mechanical? I have all the parts off my CJ, drove it up until the day I pulled the engine. If that floats your boat, maybe we can make a trade.

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post #2 of 3 Old 08-03-2018, 06:04 PM
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I'm pretty sure I didn't have to change my pedal assembly when I upgraded my old '80 CJ7 to hydro. Just bought the late model 4 cylinder clutch master and it bolted right up. That was about 15 years ago though so I could be mistaken...
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I'm pretty sure I didn't have to change my pedal assembly when I upgraded my old '80 CJ7 to hydro. Just bought the late model 4 cylinder clutch master and it bolted right up. That was about 15 years ago though so I could be mistaken...
The mechanical linkage doesn't have a pin for the MC rod eyelet. I could put a bolt through, I'm sure, but I'd be concerned about the geometry also. It's important to have the arc of the eye stay close to the axis of the master cylinder bore. If there's too much of an angle, the seals in the MC wear out faster. I know this stuff is done properly with the correct pedal.
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