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Old 03-01-2017, 04:08 PM   #1
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Throwout bearing carrier

I doing a clutch replacement on my 1966 Superior Coach Pusher Model 5744. The transmission is a 5 Speed Spicer 5852. I have know idea if it's the original transmission. I need help finding the throwout/release bearing carrier. It has J33 & 142 stamped on the casting. See attached pictures. I've done hours of internet searching and calling numerous parts places with no luck. Please help!
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Old 03-04-2017, 09:56 AM   #2
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COLLAR - THROWOUT BEARING COLLAR - 1967~1978 GM TRUCK HEAVY DUTY CLUTCH RELEASE COLLAR WITH NEW THROWOUT BEARING - MU1266 CLUTCH RELEASE COLLAR - PN#(S) 614019, 3828909, 2255-18, CB142 - Fort Wayne Clutch & Driveline


This appears to be a pricey aftermarket replacement. The last couple pictures show the stock carrier alongside the aftermarket unit.

Their phone number's at the top of that page. Might be worth giving them a call to inquire about other options and whether or not this's actually the right one for your application.
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And what year and model Jeep is that?
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Are you looking to replace the bearing? many times you reuse the carrier. Get bearing only.
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Maybe have it rebuilt.
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1995 The last year for the square headlights.
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1995 The last year for the square headlights.
I recognized the wheel wells, and knew from the top edge of the tailgate that it wasn't a flatfender or early CJ5, but had no idea what the later CJs and YJ tailgates looked like.

I didn't realize the YJs still had that style wheel well though. Interesting.
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it seemed to me when i had a YJ that there were a lot of similarities in construction to the CJ.. well at least behind the dash anyway.. everything forward seemed all different.. and of course the engine and interior were all Chrysler-ized in the YJ..

when the TJ came out then nothing was the same at all...

and then I finally got used to the JK (after 4 of them).. and now a new 'JL??' or whatever it is will turn everything topsy turvy again..
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Old 03-31-2017, 01:22 PM   #9
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I doing a clutch replacement on my 1966 Superior Coach Pusher Model 5744. The transmission is a 5 Speed Spicer 5852. I have know idea if it's the original transmission. I need help finding the throwout/release bearing carrier. It has J33 & 142 stamped on the casting. See attached pictures. I've done hours of internet searching and calling numerous parts places with no luck. Please help!
Finally found the part...Jack Lyons Truck Part 305-884-4222 JACK LYONS TRUCK PARTS. $75.00 + shipping for a good used one. The old bus is back on the road. Took it down to Lakeland, FL and will be spending next week there for volunteering at the Sun-N-Fun airshow.
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