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Need to do my throw out bearing and figured I would do the clutch at the same time. Anyone know the part number?
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Are you sure you want to go back with the stock clutch? My opinion is that you could get a better clutch for less money from the aftermarket.

Just a thought.

Item Part Number Description
1 6375 Flywheel
2 6397 Flywheel to clutch pressure plate dowel (3 req'd)
3 7600 Pilot bearing
4 7550 Clutch disc
5 7563 Clutch pressure plate
6 7515 Clutch release lever
7 7B602 Clutch release lever stud
8 N606063-S2 Bolt (6 req'd)
9 6392 Flywheel housing
10 55981-S36M Bolt
11 7513 Clutch release lever dust shield
12 7548 Clutch release hub and bearing
14 N602549-S100 Bolt (6 req'd) 4.6L (2V)
14 N808969-S100 Bolt (6 req'd) 4.6L (4V)
15 — Rear face of block and flywheel (part of 6010)
16 — Bolt (3 req'd)
17 6397 Flywheel housing to block dowel (2 req'd)


These part #'s are out of the service manual, but they don't look like traditional ford parts. I'm sure a parts counter can help you figure out what these mean.
 

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lo pony said:
Are you sure you want to go back with the stock clutch? My opinion is that you could get a better clutch for less money from the aftermarket.

Just a thought.

Item Part Number Description
1 6375 Flywheel
2 6397 Flywheel to clutch pressure plate dowel (3 req'd)
3 7600 Pilot bearing
4 7550 Clutch disc
5 7563 Clutch pressure plate
6 7515 Clutch release lever
7 7B602 Clutch release lever stud
8 N606063-S2 Bolt (6 req'd)
9 6392 Flywheel housing
10 55981-S36M Bolt
11 7513 Clutch release lever dust shield
12 7548 Clutch release hub and bearing
14 N602549-S100 Bolt (6 req'd) 4.6L (2V)
14 N808969-S100 Bolt (6 req'd) 4.6L (4V)
15 — Rear face of block and flywheel (part of 6010)
16 — Bolt (3 req'd)
17 6397 Flywheel housing to block dowel (2 req'd)


These part #'s are out of the service manual, but they don't look like traditional ford parts. I'm sure a parts counter can help you figure out what these mean.
Hey thanks for the excellent help! Much appreciated. Guess I'll look around for clutch suggestions, but I don't plan on putting a ton of HP through the car and didn't want to increase the clutch 'effort' with daily driving. Wife uses the car nearly as much as I do.
 
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