Original post by: David Pederick ,
There is a 10 3/4 and a 11 5/8 clutch and you should install the bigger clutch if it will fit. The thrust bearing is bigger and should last a lot longer. As you have to pull it apart to replace it, why not make a start and measure if the 11 5/8 will fit? You should be able to get the part the same day they are pretty common.