Charles, buy a jeep manual, either Chilton or Haynes. They go into exquisite detail about changing out a clutch. I am not sure if you have an internal hydraulic throwout bearing or external. Either way, the manual will help.
(1) When you finally start taking down the tranny, remove the transfer case first. Be careful because it is not a "balanced unit" and it will be heavy on one end. A friend can be a big help here.
(2) When you remove the bolts holding the bell housing to the engine, put them aside IN ORDER so you know exactly which bolt goes to what hole. On my 1992 YJ, with the 2.5, I had more than four different length bolts on that thing.
(3) Check if the flywheel needs "resurfacing" and get it done. A trick to remove the flywheel bolts is to use a short length of chain to keep the flywheel from turning while you are loosening the bolts. Attach the chain to the flywheel and a convenient bolt on the rear/side of the engine. It works.
(4) Be careful with the clutch hydraulic line disconnect. Sometimes they can be a real pain. If have problems, consider getting a new unit at a Jeep parts website. I found it very helpful, when mine seized up.
(5) When installing the transmission, try getting some long studs to match up two of your bell housing/engine bolts. Let that be your guide to installing your transmission. Once the tranny is on those two studs, she should just pop in to the pilot bushing.
I hope this helps. BUY THE MANUAL.