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Cherokee/MJ Slave MC question

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I am trying to find out if the stock mounting points for the Jeep's clutch master cylinder to operate the slave cylinder is the same for 97-01, google is not being my friend tonight.

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Yeah I'll be doing a 97+ interior swap and I'll be running a Nv3550. I do know 00-01 had that trans stock.  But curious if thepedal assembly bolt pattern to the fire wall is the same as 97-99

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I’ve looked at a lot of options for my 1985 XJ much delayed 30 year rebuild project.
The original hydraulic clutch design is ok but not great, as I’ll be updating the transmission to ax15 I decided to look in to all the options for running the line and what were the best slave and master combinations. The best solution for external slave cylinder, which I wanted to keep (84-86 had external slave cylinders), was 1994-96 master and slave set up. Comes from morpar all connected (line from master to slave) with fluid, get mopar if you can because all of the after market is junk even names you’d think would be good are using the same Chinese source as everybody else.

1997 up is different, as I remember it the firewall mounting and pedal placement are wrong with out a lot of fabrication to make it work. Which sucks because there are a lot of NOS clutch master and slave set ups around cheaper than 94-96 sets.




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