I've heard some chattering lately from my jeep when the clutch is depressed while I'm sitting at a redlight or sitting still for a moment. So, I don't totally know what all that is but I'm sure it has something to do with the clutch or components. I'm a regular home mechanic and I tackle regular mainenance, and a little more. I've never Tackled something this big. My jeep is my daily driver and has 73k on it. It is a 2002 Wrangler sport with the 4.0 6cyl. The person that had it before me I believe was a kid and played in the mud a decent amount. So I'm sure the clutch was rode hard and is premature in needing a change. But I would like to know how difficult it is. I think myself and a buddy can tackle it. Also I would like a list of everything I need to complete this job. I don't want to have the tranny dropped and stuck without something. I know I know I'm gonna need the clutch kit, pilot bearing/bushing, flywheel, flywheel bolts, tranny jack, and a clutch alignment tool. Is there anything else? other then a good socket set? also Is there a difference between a throwout bearing and a pilot bearing? and do i need to replace both. I want to knock everything out with one tranny drop.