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Old 11-30-2006, 10:48 AM
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If you use stock Jeep clutch components all you need is a Ford disc and an adapted input bushing for the crank available at Advance Adaptors. I can't advise you on hydraulic bits, but if you anticipate a lot of frame flex you might want to go that route. I've done just about as much shifting without using a clutch pedal as I have with one so in the rare case my linkage might bind up I'm not going to worry about it personally... but that's just my feeling about it and it might change if my butt was hanging off a cliff
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