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Old 11-30-2004, 07:10 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Ok I found the bellhousing to mate my 91 ford 5.8 to my supposed scout t19 with the AA kit.... Long story short I actually have a ford t19 not a scout. (I love dealing with other peoples junk).
Question is about the clutch. It looks like I need a clutch for a 84 t19 5.8 liter combo right? Will it bolt to my flywheel I have on now (91 5.8 5speed)or do i need a flywheel for an 84 ford as well?
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Old 11-30-2004, 09:40 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Not fully sure, but quick way to find out is to check out autozone's website. Look up both parts and see if the numbers coincide. I do beleive they would be the same flywheel, but far be it me to guess at ford parts as they love to fuck with you and change things like this up. Also Napa or any part house like that would work to check the numbers.

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Old 11-30-2004, 10:21 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Why cant you just go and get a 11" clutch for a small block ford? The spline count is the same on the T19 transmission as it is on whatever was behind the 351W from the factory isnt it?
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'77 and later 351W's run the same clutch which uses the 1 1/16 x 10 spline input.

Check if all the flywheel bolts are equadistant or if they are three sets of two ('76 and earlier 11"). It also has the 1 1/16 x 10 spline input.


If that is a stock flywheel and a standard Ford transmission then the '91 clutch will work fine.
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Auto Zone lists them as different parts.... guess its off to the parts store.
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Most likely diapragm vs. finger style clutches. Let us know what you find out
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