So I fried my throwout bearing. I hope this isn't related to my rebuilding the linkage a year ago, but we'll set that aside for now.... I have the transmission and clutch out (first time for me, so this is something of a miracle). But I'm not 100-percent sure about ordering replacement parts. Here's the deal: - '46 CJ2A - Dauntless 225 V6 (which is why I'm posting here and not in the "Flat-Fender Tech" forum. I hope that's the right call) - T18-1B transmission, Spicer 18 transfer case, Warn overdrive - Ron from Virginia Beach (who has been a big help - thanks, Ron) says I have an unusually deep bellhousing, a rare 1971 option, if I understood correctly. The parts places show a diaphragm clutch for the Dauntless, but I have a Borg and Beck three-finger style. Ron says this is necessary because of the deep bellhousing. It's also possible my dad, who did all these conversions back in the day, wanted a heavy-duty clutch. My clutch looks exactly like the 10.5-inch, 9-spring clutch the parts places show for the mid-'50s-to-mid-'60s Jeep trucks, station wagons and FCs. So: Any reason I shouldn't be ordering the truck clutch? Is this a known conversion combination?