None of the diesels use a pull type clutch. Te clutch you ordered is for a gas engine.On the sachs the clutch fingers point inward and has the locking collar, and the exedy clutch fingers point outward and does not have a locking collar. I 'think' the diameter is correct. These pressure plate assembles are totally different.
You stated that the Sachs number is wrong, not that the LUK number you provided has the wrong application info.As I stated above
"most parts store have the listing wrong"
I would go as far to say that 99% of parts stores have the wrong part listed in their catalogs.
These 2 clutches I keep these in stock just for this reason.
Ive successfully used a rodeo clutch for the v6 in my MUA 4jb1T trooper. That being said, it would be cheaper to get your clutch disc rebuilt than to source a new kit. Post measurements of what you pulled out and ill see if i can find anything. Looks like the parts thread over on 4x4wire was lost when the forum went down.
ISC is the number for just the cover, the screenshots I posted above have the info for the disc, which you can verify against the old disk. You may be able to find the PN on it, although Exedy uses a rather pale etching which is easily obscured.
That is what I thought. That pilto bearing you can find just about anywhere Z indicates that it has a metal seal, an ordinary rubber sealed one will work just fine . The throwout bearing should be the same as what the 2.6 4 cyl gas 4ZE1 uses.Here we go:
Clutch Disk: ISD141U
Pressure Plate: ISC 600
Pilot Bearing: 6203Z
@Shawn Anthony it would be ideal if you would clarify why you recommend these parts. If indeed there is a clutch from another application that works, then that is good info to have. If not then it would be good to clarify that too. Others could come along in future and purchase incorrect parts based on these numbers.From the photo of the Exedy clutch that you removed it appears that the clutch disk is worn to the rivets. If this is true you will need to inspect the pressure plate and flywheel for reuse. If they are both damage due to extra machining cost (or replacement cost, depending on the amount of damage) rebuilding the clutch plate would not be cheaper than a full clutch kit & a flywheel.
I have 2 clutch sets that will fit your vehicle if you are interested in purchasing them. In stock I have the LUK 626 1655 60 & South Bend K09021-HD. Both clutches are great quality.. The LUK is an equivalent to OEM clutch and is my go to set. The south bend is a much more stout clutch than the original. If you tow trailers, haul cargo or enjoy serous off roadding the South Bend is the better choice.
You are either pretty dense, or pretty stubborn, or both.In case you missed it I will repost the reasons I recommend these parts.
The LUK is an equivalent to OEM clutch and is my go to set. The SouthBend is a more stout clutch than the original. If you tow trailers, haul cargo or enjoy serous off roadding the South Bend is the better choice.