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Hello,

I'm new here, so... Hello everybody!

I own a '90 YJ Wrangler and need to replace the clutch master cylinder. The stock (aluminium) one is leaking fluid behind the pedals.

A friend of mine can send me a spare cylinder from a bit younger YJ, it's the plastic version, intended for '91 and later models.

My question is - is the part interchangeable? I'm mainly wondering about the cylinder size and whatever I should take into account not to break my clutch :). Also, would the mounting require some hacking?

Thanks for any answers.
Cheers, Mike.
 

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I had my bad plastic one in my 93 replaced with a casted one. Seems like a better idea durability wise. Good idea to check the rest of your hydraulic components as well.
 

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The only thing you have to worry about is the pedal connection is it the right size??? Other than that plastic is there way of making money. I am old school and not used to plastic parts!!!
 
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