Hello all. I bought this '69 CJ5 two years ago. The clutch engagement was a bit abrupt. As I was working on it for my oldest daughter I also noticed a TO bearing noise. I pulled the trans and transfer case down, replaced the clutch kit (plate, PP plate, TO bearing and put it back together. It immediatly broke. The TO bearing retainer broke off. I pulled it down again. found that the front bearing support is very close to the front support of a T10 Muncie. Three of the mount holes are the same and the 4th hole is about a half hole off. I hogged it out that it fit fine. It was still grabby on engagement, and the retainer broke again. I took it to a local shop and they found the throw out arm was causing a problem. I had them put in a new LUK clutch kit and arm and another Muncie retainer. I drove it home and parked it (almost a year). The clutch grabs like a bitch and scared off two buyers. When I had it all put in again I asked for the flywheel to be resurfaced the place that was supposed to do it broke their surfacer, so that didn't get done. Two questions now. Could it have the wrong TO bearing (I believe it is a diaphram PP) could LUK have sent me a TO for a finger PP? I also got a LUK throw out arm. Could the abrupt engagement be because of an uneven flywheel surface?