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1989 Jeep Wagoneer, 360v8, 727, stock for now,
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I use a clutch master cyl from a 82 Jeep 4 cylinder. It has a bore of .750"
pn: bxy 11957 Bendix
For the clutch slave I used pn: bwc ssc2006 with a .750" bore. Don't know the application. I've had to replace the slave cyl due to leakeage when it was exposed with the chevy clutch. I then traded the chevy clutch for a Dodge unit and adapted that slave cyl to fit the Dodge.
I had expermented with a master cyl that had a bore of 13/16" but found that the pedal effort was too high for my liking and went to the 1:1 ratio between the master and salve cyl.
 

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Forgot to mention that I also included a bellcrank in my design between the clutch pedal and master cyl. Mostly because I wanted to use the extisting clutch rod on the scout, but it ended up giving me a extra way to tune the pedal effort and throw.
 

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Carquest. They let me use the old parts "books" and I researched for what I needed.
 
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