Originally Posted by Water Dog
Not sure what a shop would get for labor, but I can tell you that it would be about a 6 to 7 hour job, and that if you were just buying the parts, they would run you a little over $100. If you decide to take it to a shop, ask them to install a LUK (brand) clutch.
Dose it really take that long ? I have not done one on a tj in about 4 years but I don't remember it taking more the 2-3 hours with help from a buddy.
I agree luk is a good brand but if you end up doing it yourself I would go with a duralast Because of the lifetime warranty, and they stand behind it very well! Good luck and make sure they/you get a master clutch kit , and it's a good idea to get the flywheel resurfaced wile your at it!