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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.
 

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@bellavesus What did you do to make that clutch work?
It just fits, thank you ISUZU and the MUA platform. I had cross referenced a bunch of early 90's Isuzu part numbers with JLEMOND and it worked out better than importing a kit like the previous time, that is for sure. I had my kit rebuilt locally last time I had it done, as that was more cost effective because the pressure plate and cover were still in good shape. .
 

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@bellavesus Was your flywheel recessed or flat?

I have one at the machine shop right now. All of the clutch kits I have found so far require the flywheel to be flat, unlike the diesel one. I'm considering keeping the diesel cover, replacing the disc.
Flywheel was recessed i believe.
 
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