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bedford mj clutch replacement

David Ives


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ok for all the mechanics out there can you do the clutch plate on a mj easy in the field or is it a pain to do

also do you have to have any specialist tools for it

thanks in advance


Hi Dave,

If you have a gearbox cradle on a trolley jack, one man can do it on the side of the road. Only tool you need is an aligning tool which could be an old gearbox input shaft. Once box is pulled back, and pan dropped off the bell housing, clutch fork removed, the clutch can be unbolted and dropped out the bottom.

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