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Old 04-10-2018, 01:18 PM
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Advance Adapters kit for external slave swap?

Hey all. I'm still on the prowl for a Wrangler...looking for something a little cheaper than my prior search criteria. Found a guy selling a 92 YJ 4.0, 5 speed with 71k miles. Looks to be in very good shape and is pretty much stock with the exception of stereo, speakers, chevy cavalier seats, tuffy center console...and has hard top with full doors. I've got him down to 4600 at the moment.

Problem is, the Wrangler is leaking clutch fluid and he says it's from the bell housing. Looks to be the dreaded internal slave failure. After researching, it seems that there's no good option for replacing it as Mopar no longer makes the part, leaving shoddy and unpredictable aftermarket options. The best bet sounds to be swapping to an external slave. I found this kit, and was wondering if anyone knew anything about it or if this looked to be all inclusive for the
swap?
http.advanceadapters.com/products/712590-ir--jeep-wrangler-ax15-bellhousing-kit-replacing-internal-clutchrelease-to-external/

This is a pricier option, but takes away having to source the parts individually...let me know what you guys think!

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I would buy it if i had an internal slave or find a used bellhousing. I wouldn't even attempt to replace the internal slave it's not worth the time or effort, just get rid of it.

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I would buy it if i had an internal slave or find a used bellhousing. I wouldn't even attempt to replace the internal slave it's not worth the time or effort, just get rid of it.
Thanks for the response. It seems like the kit is pricey compared to what people have pieced together, but it's hard to find a decent used bell housing in my area from what I've seen. If the kit incldues everything, I'm looking at $600 plus another $150 or so to replace the clutch while I'm at it. So even if I was in $800 for repairs I'd still only be at $5400.

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