Clutch gurus Will Baty and KC Payne handled the wrench-spinning duties on this project. The Jeep is equipped with a 4.0L from a ’99 Cherokee and a transmission from a ’98 TJ, both of which were junkyard specials. The tranny is adapted to the original Dana 300 transfer case. Our AX-15 has an external slave cylinder, but the procedure and most of the parts are basically the same for earlier AX-15s in YJs and XJs. Yanking the transmission involved disconnecting the shifters and both driveshafts, removing the belly pan, and disconnecting a few wires. The process is easier with a lift and a transmission jack, but with the proper equipment you can do this at home.