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1984 Clutch Upgrade to Turbo & Late 22RE Clutch
« on: Mar 17, 2005, 07:57:17 AM »
Call me Stymie! Cause I'm stymied :confused:  I got a 1987 R151 "turbo" tranny and t-case for my '84 Xtra Cab :thumbs: Now I just need to know which clutch parts to run with it. I want to go with the larger diameter clutch of the turbo motors and the  '93 - '95 22RE.  A local wrecking yard has a large diameter flywheel off of a '95 22RE I can get cheap and I was thinking of using a clutch kit for 93- '95 trucks that has a throwout bearing, pilot bearing, clutch disk and pressure plate included. Now I'm just trying to figure out which throwout bearing hub I need to run with the late style clutch parts and will the R151 clutch fork that came with the tranny work with that. -- Matt



 
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1989 4runner SR5, V6, auto
1993 xtra cab dlx, V6, 5sp

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The top image (below) is the throwout bearing for the early R151F clutch, and which seems to be the same one indicated for most  early 22R - RE trucks through 7/88.

The image on the bottom is the throwout bearing indicated for the 22RTE with the R151F after mid 1987; and for the regular 22RE with manual transmissions after 7/88.

Question: Does the later bearing act as a hub and bearing all in one? Or does it also ride on a hub. And woud it require a different fork than the earlier bearing?

 

 
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the top image is just the bearing the sleeve is pressed into it
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Isn't there a little more to it than that? The lower picture shows a late model t/o bearing that has an integral hub as part of the unit and integral retaining clips. -- Matt
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the one on top when pressed onto the sleeve is much beefier looking than the bottom one,   but you gotta put the clips on yourself
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the one on top when pressed onto the sleeve is much beefier looking than the bottom one,   but you gotta put the clips on yourself

So it sounds like I could go either way using the same fork.  My clutch kit is coming with the later style bearing, but I have an early style hub, so I'll check to see if they both work.  Thanks
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yes i think they are all the same inside diam.
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