Originally Posted by Air Randy
I think advanced adapters lists the clutch discs and pressure plates to use. Once you know the correct part numbers you can buy the parts locally. While you have it apart you should plan on getting your flywheel resurfaced before you install the new clutch parts.
last time I had the flywheel out, 5 years ago, it looked and seemed perfectly smooth. You think it is a good idea to resurface anyway? Any shops you would recommend?
Justin - Relocated to Littleton
TLCA # 18376
78 FJ40, Rear Locker, 33's, power steering, sbc, Front axle serviced and approved by Rising Sun 4x4