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  1. Attempting to put in my new AX-15 and learned something today. The Master Cylinder for the '92 models uses the same "pin" style fittings as the later models, even though I have an internal slave like the rest of the Comanches. Meaning, I don't need an adapter and a new line to attach my JY slave I salvaged nor do I have to fool with swapping out my master (possibly the rod end is a different size, have not confirmed). Apparently the older Master Cylinder was used until '91 and changed in '92.
  2. Hey guys, so I drive a 87 comanche 4x4 4.0L. It originally ran the peugot transmission and I never had any issues with the clutch in that, I was just eager to swap it and now have a NV3500 transmission in place. The master cylinder I am using is as far as I can tell meant for the comanche, http://www.autozone.com/drivetrain/clutch-master-cylinder/duralast-clutch-master-cylinder/jeep/comanche-4wd/1987/6-cylinders-m-4-0l-fi/69675_0_0/ The slave cylinder I use I believe is for a 2000 jeep cherokee 4.0L 4wd. I use a braided hose to connect the two. http://www.autozone.com/drivetrain/clutch-
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