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Old 07-27-2010, 03:13 PM   #31
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Finally got it almost complete but now my clutch is still all soggy and I somehow created a leak in my hydraulic clutch system. I am going to either have to buy a whole new system(from pick-a-part). Or do a upgrade to my slave cylinder, from this resource.

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couldn't find the part number they referred to in the link so I had to go find an alternative. Through this thread over on jeepforum.com I found that I could get an all metal cylinder at McMaster.com

You will need

1 6498K152 Stainless Steel Air Cylinder Nose-mount, Double Acting, 3/4" Bore, 2" Stroke

And either


52215K443 2 Each Steel Compression Tube Fitting Adapter For 5/16" Tube Od X 1/8" Nptf Male Pipe

52215K539 1 Each Steel Compression Tube Fitting Coupling For 5/16" Tube Od


Or

5220K67 2 Each Self-aligning Brass Compression Tube Fitting Adapter For 5/16" Tube Od X 1/8" Nptf Male Pipe

5220K24 1 Each Self-aligning Brass Compression Tube Fitting Coupling For 5/16" Tube Od

I decided to go with the brass... after ordering. If you want to get a barbed fitting for a breather line instead of two compression fittings for the more ridged lines. Just get one of each and get this barbed fitting #44555K131 it is a brass 1/4" ID barbed tube fitting with 1/8" NPT

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Old 07-28-2010, 01:20 AM   #32
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it never ends. I waited to install the skid plate till after I replaced my front DS U-joint. I some how lost the 4 nuts that secure the tranny mount to the skid plate. Anyone know what size they are? I already cleaned up everything and put away all the tools, even moved the Jeep. I don't care to look anymore just want get rolling again.

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