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More 1986 MJ 4x4 2.5 L. Clutch parts issues.


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Hello everyone!

 

I need more help. I have an older thread about this clutch repair here: 

 

 

I got the clutch fork from OMIX ADA. They said it would fit a 1986 with a 2.5 liter. It isn't even close. I am posting pictures of my transmission, and the clutch fork that was in it. 

Some things that make me think it may not be the original clutch is that it has 196,000 miles on it, it supposedly had the engine overhauled at some point, and it had the 9.125" clutch, not the 9.6" clutch in it. It also had ARP flywheel bolts.

 

Here are some pictures. Help me figure out what I have and what I need.

 

 

 

 

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I think that Omix Ada listing has the MJ and XJ mistakenly listed as compatible vehicles (the vehicle years don't make sense). However, the 86 MJ is a unique bird and I am not really sure where it's clutch release design came from. If you can find a part number stamped on your cracked fork you may be able to track down the appropriate fork. 

 

As I mentioned in the other thread, I recommend upgrading to the 94+ XJ external set up. These are not a one-off design and parts are easy to come by. The parts Jeep Driver is offering will completely update your truck.

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16 hours ago, Jeep Driver said:

I can sell you a complete '94+ external bell with fork, TOB, and master/slave. 

 

Other than that, don't know what to tell you. 

 

 

I wouldn't buy anything from Omix Ada.

 

How much? What do you think it would take to ship that to 98817?

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I can go $150 plus shipping. 

 

If you are remotely interested I will give more details and post pics.........I need to take pics anyway for Ebay if you don't want it. 

 

 

I'm shipping a 2.5 head to Nashville for $47.........you're out west? can't imagine it being more than say $22.

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53 minutes ago, Jeep Driver said:

I can go $150 plus shipping. 

 

If you are remotely interested I will give more details and post pics.........I need to take pics anyway for Ebay if you don't want it. 

 

 

I'm shipping a 2.5 head to Nashville for $47.........you're out west? can't imagine it being more than say $22.

Sounds fair. I would like to see pictures of the parts, if it's not a bother. I am 50/50 as to if this is the way I will go or not.  If my other thing doesn't pan out, I'll probably buy them.

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8 hours ago, HOrnbrod said:

 

 

The part number is correct for a 1986 Comanche, so says my internet research. I could be wrong.

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The loose TOB is a National brand and has only about 2 months of use.....I then swapped another trans and did the clutch and use the LUK TOB. 

 

The slave is OEM Chrysler and is good, as well as the hydraulic line, the master is aftermarket and I can't promise you its good but you would have something in hand to match to. 

 

Regardless of year, the blocks are all the same with a couple of exceptions that is not germane to your needs here. The gearboxes are all the same with exception of TC clocking. 

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Those are not cracks in the bell,  BTW. 

Every one I've had look exactly like that. 

 

 

I also have a bearing plate, I'll send it if yours is not exactly like mine, but I think they are the same. If you measure, I'll measure.......if the same, I'd rather not send this one out until I decide what to do with the gear box. 

 

 

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