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What would be the best choice to run. I'm running a 93 NV4500 behind a 98 Vortec 5.7 in my '86 CJ7. I'm planning on using a stock Chevy B/H with a right side clutch. Anyone know where I can find the bore sizes of clutch master/slave's?
 

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I was lucky enough to have an auto parts place do some looking and we found one that I liked. If it helps I run a 3/4 bore slave cylinder with a 1" master cylinder and I use a willwood master cylinder.
 

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BoggerDust,

I run the same setup but I have a left side slave cylinder on my 85 CJ-7. I used the Master and Slave off of a 1981 Jeep CJ-5 with the GM 151 4 clyinder and SR4 tranny, it works great and has a soft pedal feel. Local auto parts stores have trouble looking these up for some reason but 4 Wheel Drive Hardware www.4wd.com has them, they are new units.

Hope this Helps...
 

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Thanks for the replies! I'm using an RC60 front, so I want to keep my slave on the right for clearance. Is the bore diameter really critical? Is there some page or site that gives dimensions? The screen readers at the dealer and parts places are <IMG SRC="smilies/confused.gif" border="0"> and no help.
 

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I have had pretty good luck using the slave and m/c off of the fiero. Pretty simple to build bracket to mount it to.
 

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Originally posted by TPI_Jeep:
<STRONG>BoggerDust,

Local auto parts stores have trouble looking these up for some reason but 4 Wheel Drive Hardware www.4wd.com has them, they are new units.

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So do I tell us you are from the board and we'll match prices no problem.

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