Finally got the clutch disk, pressure plate and slave cylinder ($132 on ebay included the disk plate and slave could not find it cheaper anywhere else!!!!
) in for my 95 Ranger 4L, as most of you know my main problem was taking the top 2 bolts from the transmission/engine.
For those with 4 cylinder engines and replacing the clutch, save yourself a headache and remove the EGR valve and the pipe that connects to the exhaust before even jacking the vehicle it will save you time and the stripping of the 2 top bolts in the transmission/engine connection.
Not sure if ALL Ranger are the same, mine is a 1995 and I understand that there was a change in the transmission sometime around 1998? however if you still have the EGR located at the back, between the firewall and the engine, then you might have the same problem than I did!