Clutch Kits - F, 2F, B, 2B, 3B, 13BT, H, 2H, 12HT, 1HZ, 1HD & 2LT

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We've been doing some clutch kit product shots for the new website, I figured they would be appropriate here too :D

These are just a handful of our applications :cool:

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Kurt, I am planning a 4spd swap on one of my 80s. H42 behind the 3FE. I believe I need a 2F clutch, I know I need a slave for the H42, and probably a master from the same vintage. That sound like a package we can discuss?
 

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Kurt, I am planning a 4spd swap on one of my 80s. H42 behind the 3FE. I believe I need a 2F clutch, I know I need a slave for the H42, and probably a master from the same vintage. That sound like a package we can discuss?
Absolutely, we stock it all.

We also stock the 3FE-H4x/H55 kit, just depends on your use of flywheel and clutch fork. Easy for us to assemble either way.
 

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Been meaning to update these. We now stock an all-Japanese clutch for the 2LT powered LJ7x platforms

Part# CL2LTLJE - Clutch Kit - LJ7x w/2LT E-3/1988 - $227.50
Part# CL2LTLJL - Clutch Kit - LJ7x w/2LT 3/1988+ - $227.50
 

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Have an H diesel in your 4/72-7/80 HJ4x Land Cruiser? Yeah We Stock That :D

We've sold just a couple of these in the last 3 years but solutions are solutions :cool:

Part# CLHKIT - $272.50

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Hi Kirk,
whats the difference between the two clutch kit for HJ61?
I’m not at the shop to verify but as I recall there was a throw-out bearing and pressure plate variance on the later model 12HT. Shoot me an email at the shop and I’d be happy to verify that. We can generally ID an era or the clutches by using a part number off the original throw-out bearing you have. Hope that helps!
 
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