CJ Pony Parts Supreme Clutch Kit T-45 6-Bolt 4.6L 2V 1996-2001

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CJ Pony Parts Supreme Clutch Kit T-45 6-Bolt 4.6L 2V 1996-2001
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Product Description

CJ Pony Parts Supreme Clutch Kit for 1996-2001 Mustangs with a 4.6L 2V Engine and T-45 6-Bolt Transmission.

Save time and money with this comprehensive kit. This kit has everything you need to upgrade the stock clutch on your 1996-2001 4.6L 2V Mustang. For use with a 6-bolt T-45 manual transmission.

- CJPP King Cobra clutch assembly(CK100)
- Stock style flywheel
- Clutch release bearing
- Clutch pressure plate bolts & dowel pin kit
- Set of flywheel bolts
- Clutch alignment tool
- Pilot bearing

This kit is for a 6-bolt crankshaft car. Check the 8th digit of your VIN. If it is a "W", then you have the 6-bolt crank. Also, if your car is a 2001 check your transmission code that can be found on the sticker on your door jamb. It should be a 6. If it is a "K", then this kit will NOT work with your car.

*Does NOT include a clutch release bearing retainer.
*One thing to note of this clutch is that some 1986-1993 Ford Mustang 5.0L Bellhousings will possibly need to have the area "trimmed" in between the bottom/center and clutch release lever hole. Ford had two foundries make their bellhousings and only one has this issue, it is most common on 1989-1990 bellhousings. For some reason, the bellhousings from the one foundry had a raised "lip" that can cause contact/interference with the Pressure Plate. The area around the inside of the bellhousing needs to be trimmed approximately 8-10MM.

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Installation Instructions


Difficulty: Moderate

Mustang Applications

This product will fit the following Ford Mustang years:

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