I swapped a remanufactured AX15 into my 87 YJ a few years ago to replace the BA 10 since it was a no-go for my project. I also replaced the internal slave with an external slave bellhousing. The AX15 has performed excellently with one exception: it consistently grinds going into reverse. I have zero shifting problems in forward gears, but even at a fully warmed up slow idle it grinds a bit shifting into reverse. Worse at a fast idle. I got the conversion kit from Advanced Adapters, including the hydraulic clutch assemble. Bleeding it was a huge PITA but it’s been a good three years now so air in the system isn’t the issue. If considered one of Novak’s adjustable throwout bearings since I can only assume that I’m just not getting enough clutch movement. Thoughts?