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2002 clutch in 1994

Hey guys, Just letting you all know that I picked up a clutch kit for a 2002 Ford mustang 4.6 It seems to slide onto the transmission, pressure plate bolts up etc. I can see a large difference in the design of the throughout bearing. The kit has about 40% more surface area than that or a standard OE replacement. Since this is a upgraded stage2 clutch, the fingers are a little different on the pressure plate but i'm hoping it works. If not, out comes the transmission and I'll run the new disk on my old pressure plate.

edit: Reason for this. I'm doing a 351 swap, and I killed the budget with random things that came up. A buddy had a spare clutch so I bought it off him for 1/3rd of his original price. I am unsure what throughout bearing to use, I dont think the mustang bearing will fit
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and it's throwout bearing.

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