Guys, I think I've posted this question 3 or 4 times over the past 3 or 4 years and I'm such a stinking lazy bum I never follow through with the repairs. I'm sorry but I'm reposting it in hopes that someone might be able to help diagnose my issue. Basically, my hydraulic clutch slave cylinder is over extending and blowing out. It'll work fine for a while and then for no apparent reason at no particular time the piston inside the cylinder just pushes too far and comes out. Of course when this happens the fluid just pours out and the piston gets stuck "outside" the slave and my clutch is engaged and I have nothing. I have to climb under the jeep and use a pry bar to move the clutch fork and tap on the side of the piston to line it back up with the cylinder so that it will go back in. Then I can start the jeep in neutral and do my shifting with no clutch to limp on home. Then the jeep sits in my garage for a year until I decide to swap it out again. This is an 84 cj7 with an NV45 transmission and an Advance Adapter's bellhousing mated to an inline 6 cylinder. The slave cylinder itself is just a stock slave cylinder and I'm almost positive that the master cylinder is also a stock master cylinder.