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|Alignment Tool Included:||Yes|
|Clutch Disc Diameter:||11 in|
|Clutch Disc Type:||Dampened|
|Disc Diameter:||11 in|
|Input Shaft Diameter:||1 in|
|Input Spline Quantity:||23|
|Pilot Bushing Included:||Yes|
|Pressure Plate Type:||Raised Diaphragm|
|Release Bearing Included:||Yes|
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Q:does the disk on the pressure plate stick out some to like set in the flywheel
A:A disc normally referred to as a clutch disc is sandwiched between a spring-loaded plate called a pressure plate and a flywheel. The disc has spines in the center that link to the input shaft of the transmission. When the engine is started, the flywheel and pressure plate rotate in relation to the rpms of the engine. When the clutch is engaged, it is driven by both the flywheel and the pressure plate and revolves at the same speed as the two driving components. It in turn drives the input shaft of the transmission, which ultimately turns the drive shaft or axle to propel the car. When the clutch pedal is depressed (clutch disengaged) the pressure plate retracts away from the disc no longer driving the clutch disc. Although the engine is running and the flywheel and pressure plate spinning, the disc is no longer sandwiched between the two and no longer rotates, which allow you to shift gears or bring the vehicle to a stop.
Q:what is actual clutch disc diameter?
A:The disc diameter is 11 inches.
Q:is this a 18 spline clutch
A:No. The Input spline is 23.
A:23t indicates a 23 toothed spline