Hater of Electronics
wow. have not checked on this in a while. Looking great. Can't wait to see how it performs when done.
When I converted to my AX15 and hydraulic clutch I just drilled a hole into the mechanical clutch pedal lever and it worked great for 4 years until I pulled it.Any further progress on a hydraulic clutch? I converted mine using a YJ pedal tree and Novak slave when I whacked the ax15 in my 8 (it's getting hard to find 4 cyl CJ7/8 pedal trees these days). I've been very happy with the results.
The YJ pedal setup is a little more rigid as it has the "arm" that goes from the assembly to the firewall and through it... makes it a bit more tight with wiring if you run a clock, but overall gets rid of some of the flex... and allows for the hydraulic setup with the piece already on the pedal to receive it...
Those YJ pedal setups are out there, just not as plentiful as the CJ ones.
True. Mine is the newer one. If you look closely you can see where I cut and welded it to fit the CJ style master cylinder.
OK, I was talking about inside the tub/firewall, not the engine side... but yes, there is a bracket on the other side of the firewall as well.Nice. I never knew that existed (and even had a YJ pedal assembly in my old CJ-7).
I don't think that would be too hard to fab up and add to a CJ assembly if needed.
I kept the original set-up, just had to adjust the length of the arm(?). It will have very little use so should be fine and if it breaks, I dont need it at a dead stop.Any further progress on a hydraulic clutch? I converted mine using a YJ pedal tree and Novak slave when I whacked the ax15 in my 8 (it's getting hard to find 4 cyl CJ7/8 pedal trees these days). I've been very happy with the results.
Same concerns. I had some discussions with a few folks who assured me it’s all good, but as soon as I have powered, I plan to go through some basic tests with the wheels chocked and the e brake on to see if I get any movement. One thing I don’t knows is how much I should torque the band closed. For now, it’s on the one grunt scale with my breaker bar.Do you have a way to test the motor mount before you go much further? I had the same concern about dealing with the torque and would hate to see it come up way down the line.
This makes no sense to me...
Someone please tell me this is shown installed upside-down and on the wrong side of the firewall....