I've had my stock 1971 V-6 CJ5 since 2009. I tried to have the 3 finger clutch replaced with a diaphragm clutch years ago, but the transmission shop couldn't get the diaphragm clutch to work. They wound up rebuilding the 3 finger clutch and re installing it. I just chalked it up to a bad transmission shop. Recently my T-14 transmission began popping out of 2nd and 3rd gears, so I took the jeep to a 4x4 shop to have it rebuilt. I figured that since they were going to pull the tranny I take another stab at getting the 3 finger clutch replaced with a diaphragm clutch. Well, they had problems too. They got the clutchinstalled, but it doesn't push far enough to disengage. They are trying to figure it out now. I know next to nothing about clutches and transmissions. I've never worked on either. I'm baffled by this, and decided to do a bit of research on the Novak web site. On the T-14 page it states that the 1971 jeep used a unique bellhousing that was "deeper". Does that mean a longer throwout gearing would be required? When I look up the clutch set online, it shows the same set for 1968 to 1971. Could the problem be that they just don't list a separate set for the unique 1971, or that it just requires a differed throwout bearing? The LUK clutch set I found for 68-71 is LUK 01029. Does anyone have a part number a clutch set or throwout bearing that is unique to the 71??? Any help will be greatly appreciated.