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Old April 26th, 2015, 12:45 AM
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Also, if you replace master/slave there is a place that rebuilds them for a permanent fix. Believe they put in a bronze bore or something. You can do a search easy enough to find them or someone that recalls may chime in. I'll do it when mine fail again-- I last did this job nearly 10 years ago, knock on wood...
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Here is the place recommended in another thread:
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Old April 26th, 2015, 12:51 AM
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Ed angel and I changed a clutch in a campsite in Mexico with a ratchet strap and basic hand tools.. For the record a ford ranger clutch disc is pretty much the same as a land rover one if ever you get in a pinch in some remote town down in Mexico..... Ask us how we know...lol...
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Old April 26th, 2015, 09:39 AM
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BTW is it the Release or throw out bearing or is it just the same name...
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Also, if you replace master/slave there is a place that rebuilds them for a permanent fix. Believe they put in a bronze bore or something. You can do a search easy enough to find them or someone that recalls may chime in. I'll do it when mine fail again-- I last did this job nearly 10 years ago, knock on wood...
I think that is typically done when the bore is pitted. I might be wrong, but that's my understanding at least.
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Old April 26th, 2015, 09:14 PM
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One last Question...do you have the part number on the main seal that should also be replaced...if this thing is being done I would rather not have to open it again...is it the seal that goes around the shaft? I think it is this one for the input shaft...
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If you order a rear main seal, you may as well get two in case you screw one up during installation. Nothing worse than being held up on a big job like that because of a small yet essential part.
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Adam, what clutch did you end up getting? Seems like too many choices out there.
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It's not on the most difficult level as things go, did 2 this past year.

Do yourself a favor, if you can pressure wash the bottom to stop carp falling into your face, then spray the cross members with some PB Blaster or equivalent.

Might look at getting a pilot bushing, cheep enough to have on hand just in case your's is worn badly.

Don't be intimidated by it, just nuts n bolts, I put all of them in separate coffee containers for each area.

A big help for myself was to lift the rear of the engine and use 4" bolts to guide the gearbox back on.

For a novice like myself it took a full weekend both times but the second was easier n quicker.

Best advice was given ealier, buy genuine parts,too deep to be cheep.
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