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    Default Can u use the R154 clutch in the w58

    Can u use the R154 clutch in the w58 or vise versa

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    Default Re: Can u use the R154 clutch in the w58

    NO!

    1 is a push type clutch, and the other is a pull.


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    Default Re: Can u use the R154 clutch in the w58

    what about the flywheel. can u use either transmission on either flywheel?

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    Flywheel belongs to the engine. So does the clutch disc.

    The pressure plate and clutch assembly are a part of the transmission.

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    Default Re: Can u use the R154 clutch in the w58

    Discs are interchangable from memory.

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    Default Re: Can u use the R154 clutch in the w58

    Quote Originally Posted by suprarx7nut View Post
    Flywheel belongs to the engine. So does the clutch disc.

    The pressure plate and clutch assembly are a part of the transmission.

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    Nope, different flywheels for GE (W58) and GTE (R154).

    Disks are interchangable, but they are different sizes. Pressure plate is a definate no.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Poodles View Post
    Nope, different flywheels for GE (W58) and GTE (R154).

    Disks are interchangable, but they are different sizes. Pressure plate is a definate no.
    You're right actually. I'll edit my post, I had that backwards.

    Doesn't the pressure plate and therefore the trans dictate the flywheel? The engine definitely doesn't matter. It's the same crank.

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    Default Re: Can u use the R154 clutch in the w58

    actually I've drilled and tapped a 2jzge (w58) flywheel for a 7mgte (r154) clutch/pp. The N/A flywheel is way thinner. I don't think th R154 clutch/pp would fit in the w58 bellhousing though. pretty fuckin big. And a note the pedal may act different and/or need adjustment because of the difference in thickness of the flywheel.

    Look it up on here like 3 years ago. There's at least one other person who did it.

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