Hey Guys, I just completed a full out clutch job on my 87 FJ 60. This included new clutch disc, pressure plate, throw-out bearing and retaining clips , pilot bearing, re-surfaced flywheel, and all new bolts. The 2F, tranny and transfer are stock and in good working order. I hoped to take it out for a test drive this evening, but when I went to put it in gear, it simply would not go (into 1st or Rev). I can put the tranny in gear with the motor off. It seems to me that the clutch is not engaging all the way or not at all. Checked the whole hydraullic system and found no leaks. I had a buddy help me bleed the system (the "hill billy" way by simply having him pump and hold the pedal while I opened and closed the bleader valve on the slave cylinder). This worked to no avail. I know that the correct method to bleed any fluid sys is with a tube and a container w/ fluid in it to watch for air bubles, but I was too agitated by then. ANYWAYS, this is my first clutch job (so keep this in mind) and any help would be greatly appreciated. Are there any adjustments that I'm missing? Something that I may have overlooked?? Thanks for your time and any help to getting the CRUISER back going is much appreciated.