Drivetrain Will A Clutch Meant For 1993 Fit On A 1987?

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  1. JohnnyK81

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    What is different about the T5 trannies? Looking through some part listings, some parts say 93-2001, and some clutches 1986-2001.. This doesn't make sense to me?

    Any reason why a clutch for a 1993 wouldn't fit on a 1987-1988?
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    It'll fit. '86-'93 are all the same 10.5" set up. Prior to that, they ran a 10" unit.
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    Yes, that is what i thought. I wonder why the discrepancies with the listings? Nothing different with the flywheels or anything?
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    2002 should have a Tremec 3550 or 3650 I would think. But, those are way out of my knowledge base.
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    No, just concerned about difference between 1993 and 1987.

    Talked to them on the phone again, and they said what I want would be 52672006, which would have SLIGHTLY more clamping force, but not really any more pedal effort.

    But it doesn't seem to be a common number like 52672001 and 2002.
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