|10-21-2010 09:23 PM|
I found this. I assume this is the right one?
94 1994 Jeep Wrangler Clutch Kit - Clutch - Luk, Sachs, Valeo, Centerforce - PartsGeek
|10-21-2010 09:14 PM|
|10-21-2010 05:32 PM|
|Clawed95Riogrande||On my '95 4cyl I Chose to do nothing to my flywheel the first time I installed a clutch. 3 months later when I got to put the 2nd clutch in (due to the clutch disc getting eaten alive by the rough flywheel) I took the flywheel to a local machine shop and had it resurfaced for $28. A year later it's still runnin great|
|10-21-2010 05:25 PM|
Everyone pretty much agrees that the safest/best thing to do is order a LUK clutch set (it comes with a pressure plate, disc, Throw out bearing, pilot bearing, and alignment tool.
If you are lucky someone local will carry them....I wasn't lucky...so I went against the grain and got a different brand, but if you plan on keeping your jeep get the LUK.
If you can't find one locally, expect it to run around 200.00 for the set shipped to your door (thats what it was going to run me, but I didn't feel like waiting).
DO NOT resurface the flywheel.. or you'll be replacing it. just scuff it up with 180 grit sand paper, unless it has obvious problems. this is at least true on TJ's. I assume it is for you.
|10-21-2010 05:19 PM|
|Clawed95Riogrande||Clutch disc, pressure plate, pilot bearing, throwout bearing, resurface/replace flywheel. I'm pretty sure that's everything. Also its a good idea to check the level of brake fluid (DOT3) in your clutch reservoir. Good luck!|
|10-21-2010 04:34 PM|
Clutch starting to go... what parts.
Gonna replace my clutch soon, I need help figuring out which parts i need or SHOULD replace while I have the tranny out. I don't wanna spend an arm and a leg, i just want to know what would be a good idea to replace. So far I have: