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there are usual two kits available:

with or without release bearing. But it is stupid not to replace the release bearing while at it.
the release bearing does transmit the force you put on the pedal to release the clutch via the release fork.
It does sit directly begind the tranny in front of the clutch assembly.
Yes and it the thing usually making noise when worn.

there is another tiny non metric(!) bearing( called pilot bearing) inside the flywheel you should replace that too to avoid future trouble.
The only problem is this bearing is hidden behind 5 stretchable bolts which have to be replaced every time and they aren't cheap.

A good kit contains the clutch cover, clutch disc and release bearing assembly
usually they are made by Sachs and sold under various brand names.
can't tell you the jeep number- to expensive anyway. Just make sure to lube the spline very slightly of the transmission with a special high temperature grease designed for that purpose.

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Just got off the phone with Westrac - CAT

Coolant: ELO - 5L = $14.37 + GST
OIL: 5L = $20 something + GST (forgot already). 20ltrs was about $70.
Open 24 hours
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swear buy the stuff
i have seen inside engines that use it from new
still look lik new
how do i know so much i work there
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z9 will only fit a petrol yuo need the correct filter
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Go to Google - greatlakes xj.com I'm sure that will be a good help.

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go to the start of the thread there is a site ford scorpio which i used to replace my core/welch plugs has all the details needed click on search/map button left side of page comes up with servicing/ repairs hardcore technology about 1/3 the way down servicing and repairs is a link to 2.5tdi manual click on that and everything you need to know is there just ignore the bits that are only for the scorpio ie overflow bottle all the numbers check up with my cd manual which i got latter have fun
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Awesome, thanks that's going to help heaps.
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Hi every one.

I am relatively new on here.

Just wanted to share my experience in trying to get Racor R20T filter elements out of the USA.
I contacted an ebay seller, 6573patricia & asked if they could supply 3 filters. They replied that they could & the price would be aprox $A110 including postage. $36.67 per filter sounded good so I proceeded. After about 35 days of no show I disputed it with paypal. 2 weeks later they credited me for the transaction. A total waste of nearly 2 months !! I see that 6573patricia is still listing R20S filter elements on ebay & offers the R20T as well. My experience is to stay well clear of that ebay seller. They trade as TDS Industries LLC. If any one is thinking of using them, may I suggest that based on my experience best keep away from them.
I hope this post saves some other members some time & grief.
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Starter Motor

Starter Motor is also Bosch...Part No. 0 001 218 177

Bosch no longer make this starter motor has been relpaced by
part No. 0 001 218 777
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This is probably a useful link for VM approved companies in Australia

http://www.vmmotori.it/en/04/03/01/elCentriMondo.jsp

Thanks to DW !!
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I just posted a positive testimonial for Arco Pistons in Lithuania. I purchased a #1 injector from them.
They appear to be good for VM parts.

arcopistons@yahoo.com , ED was the guy I communicated with.
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