On a 93, the master and slave come from Jeep as a sealed system that does not need bled. You can use aftermarket parts that are not a sealed system, but you specified Chrystler parts were used. The other factor is the pressure plate. When I recently installed a new clutch, the new pressure plate's springs did not seem as firm as the one that I had removed, and the pedal is a tiny bit softer. To me, the most important thing is the rate at which the clutch will engage/disengage when letting in/out the pedal. A softer pressure plate is only a factor in hook-up, if it were a race car and not a Jeep, I'd certainly want something a bit firmer.
My question is... Does the clutch engage properly? If so and you just want it firmer, I have heard of guys putting in a stiffer pedal spring. This could be why it feels softer than new, you have a spring that has run a few million cycles and is getting worn out.
A few FACTS:
Rectangle headlights ARE kinda cool.
YJ does NOT stand for "Yuppie Jeep".
Jeeps should only have TWO doors.
You should ALWAYS wave at other JEEP drivers.