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Old 11-05-2010, 05:03 PM
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S10 5 speed clutch disc

will my 11"clutch disc off my 3 speed 250 six work on the S10 5 speed. My throwout bearing fits, but dont know about the disc. I am waiting for my trans to come, and would like to know ahead of time.
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Old 11-05-2010, 05:17 PM
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No, it won't fit. There is a 11 inch disc that was used in the Astro van that will work. The standard S10 disc is 9 or 9 1/2 inches.
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You need to find out how many splines on the input shaft. It should be either a 10 spline or a 26 spline. Once you know how many splines you can get the right clutch disc.
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What engine are you using?
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90-93 11 inch clutch Luk#04-089
94-95 11 inch clutch Luk#04-168
96-01 11 inch clutch Luk#04-167
02-04 11 inch clutch Luk#04-206

All listed are for S10 4.3L 6cyl. The only problem is each on of those has a different part#. All have 1 1/8 10 spline disc. Hard to tell what the difference is until I break down all the parts numbers in the kit.

Need more info on your stuff. Is your S10 a 4.3 6cyl?
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You have to know the engine being used also. The 1 piece seal V6 and V8 engines use a flywheel that is weighted. According to the interchange book, the V6 one piece seal flywheel can also be used on the V8 1 piece seal engines. They make 2 different size flywheels.
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Most S-10 T5 transmissions use an oddball 1"-14 spline input shaft. Only the transmissions behind the 4.3 liter V6 used the larger 26 spline input shaft. The stock S-10 clutch for this trans is a 9 1/8" clutch. There is a Jeep 9 5/8" disk with the correct 1"-14 splines, or the previously mentioned Astro van 11" disk with the 1"-14 splines.
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This is a 26 spline 11 inch LUK clutch disc. It will fit 26 spline Muncie, ST10, some T5s and a few others. If you have the option, use the big flywheel. The smaller flywheels have more starter problems.
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Most S-10 T5 transmissions use an oddball 1"-14 spline input shaft. Only the transmissions behind the 4.3 liter V6 used the larger 26 spline input shaft. The stock S-10 clutch for this trans is a 9 1/8" clutch. There is a Jeep 9 5/8" disk with the correct 1"-14 splines, or the previously mentioned Astro van 11" disk with the 1"-14 splines.
Has anyone tried the 11" Astro clutch on a v6 Camaro T5? I have a 1970 LT1 block, stock Camaro 10.4 flywheel (only because my aluminum flywheel was a swap meet item made by Weber that i cannot find an insert for), and Center force dual friction pressure plate. Currently I am using a stock 1"-14 spline 9" OD disc. I tried it because I had it all laying around. For everyone's info I actually had no clutch slip until I went to aftermarket heads. Pretending I can keep my close ratio V6 trans behind my V8, any help is much appreciated...and yes I am stubborn enough to actually have to grenade this trans before I swap it! Also looking to hear from anyone who has tried the LS1 pressure plate on a 2pc rear seal Gen1 flywheel.
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