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My son is getting ready to replace his clutch on his 1992 Jeep Wrangler 6 cyl 4.0 l when he returns from Afganistan soon and wants to know if there is any other "stuff" he should replace at the same time while he has it torn down.

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Always replace the 'throw-out' bearing (which pushes directly on the clutch pressure plate) even though it may be good now. There is a bronze pilot bearing in the end of the crankshaft that the shaft end of the transmission slides into and tends to wear after long use. If badly worn, it can cause minor vibration sometimes after a gear shift. To remove the bearing, you will need to rent or borrow a 'slide hammer' tool with a twin-fingered puller adapter. Make sure the flywheel surface is reasonably smooth and no debris clinging to the surface. This is important if the clutch was 'chattering' before when engaging. Buy a plastic clutch-disc alignment tool that you use during the installation of the disc and pressure plate. Hope this helps!

Posted on Oct 15, 2010

Testimonial: "Looks like some great info. I will pass it on. He is due back from Afganistan in the next week or two. I know he will appreciate the info."

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