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Difference Between EBI and EBII clutch kit

Excuse my ignorance, but I am wondering what the hell the difference between a clutch kit for a EBI (3.9L) and EBII (4.0L). I went pricing today and where I was quoted on the EBII it was upto $100 dearer!!!

I thought they might have been playing wif themselves so I checked the catalouge, they have different part numbers!

What the hell is the difference?

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Re: Difference Between EBI and EBII clutch kit

There was a post on this a few weeks ago, 3.9 flywheel is different or something? 3.9 clutch housing won't bolt up to a 4.0 flywheel I think.
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Re: Difference Between EBI and EBII clutch kit

a 3.9 cpressure plate and is the same as the old 250 cross flow clutch and pressure plate. it has 3 bolts holding it on.
THe 4.0 pressure plate has 6 bolts and is larger diameter and so more grip

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well there ya go, learn something new every day....
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a 3.9 cpressure plate and is the same as the old 250 cross flow clutch and pressure plate. it has 3 bolts holding it on.
THe 4.0 pressure plate has 6 bolts and is larger diameter and so more grip
That is interesting as the 3.9 has a different number to the 250. It would be interesting to see how much cheaper the 250 one is!!!!
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Re: Difference Between EBI and EBII clutch kit

something ive learnt with parts interpreting is that if it has a different part number it is definatley different in some way.

if you do end up grabbing teh 250 one be wary.....
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something ive learnt with parts interpreting is that if it has a different part number it is definatley different in some way.

if you do end up grabbing teh 250 one be wary.....
I went to 3 places today. The DBA and PBR kits are different, the Daikin is the same (on XE/XF). I spoke to the mechanic down at the brake joint (who also do clutches) and he said the XE/F is the same as long as the EB has the 3.9 in it.
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