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Input Shaft Bearing

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Here you can see a ’93½-up input shaft bushing against a ’93½-down input shaft. When Jeep changed over from the internal hydraulic throwout bearing to the external slave/master hydraulic setup the tip of the input shaft went from the early 0.590-inch to the later 0.750-inch diameter. We knew the year of the Cherokee the tranny came out of and it still had the hydraulic throwout bearing, but it had the wrong diameter input shaft tip.