|05-12-2006 09:26 PM|
|Dans01TJ||Why do you think it's the throwout bearing? The jeep only has 15,000 miles. I would think thats a little early to wear out.|
|05-12-2006 09:42 AM|
|MR.CLIFFORD||Sounds to me like a throw out bearing|
|05-11-2006 08:27 PM|
|Dans01TJ||I am not having a problem with working correctly, but rather it has an intermittant rubbing feeling being felt through the pedal. Ok... I know you're sitting there saying to yourself, whats is wrong with this guy. But it is really annoying and I would like it to be smooth like it should be. So I have never seen a master/slave replace together setup before. Just looking for other options. Also I just like the option to be able to bleed if such need should come up. Thanks for the help though. I do need lockers. Thanks, Dan.|
|05-11-2006 12:55 AM|
|Absolute Offroad||Dan, Can I ask WHY you want a "bleedable" system or a steel Slave???? They are actually pretty durable, I think in 9 years I have replaced 2.... The steel line conversion is available, but really does not DO anything but look pretty. If your still works and works well, take your $$$ and buy some lockers..... or rocker panel protection..... Are you having problems with yours???|
|05-09-2006 08:08 PM|
Alternatives to OEM Clutch master/Slave cylinder combo?
I am wanting to replace my Factory Clutch/slave combo. But it seems that there are no aftermarket slave or clutch master cylinders available. I did find that Advanced adaptors has a steel braided line conversion. But I can't find a Aftermarket slave Cylinder to save my life. I want a bleedable system. How is it no one makes a metal slave cylinder. Anyone with any Ideas? My jeep is an 01 with NV3550 and 4.0L. Thanks everyone, Dan.