Flywheel & Clutch for R150/R154

jerbear

New Member
Hi
I may be showing my ignorance in asking this, but here goes anyway. I have a 1991 Toy 4x4 x-cab with the 3.0 and manual 5 speed. If I want to install a 1UZFE into my truck and keep my stock tranny and transfer case I need what?
1) This clutch/flywheel setup only
2) This set up and a bellhousing to mate the 1UZFE to my tranny.

I want to do this swap, but I want to retain my stock tranny/transfer for the time being. I can't swing the $1300 for the kit from Dellows or Castlemaine. But if I am understanding you correctly even if I need your future bellhousing I could do this for around $750.00 Right?

Sorry to be such a noob, but I want to get everything together before I take my truck off the road.

Would any of whats going on here help me with my 1971 FJ 40 project? I would love to put a 1UZFE in that as well.

Thanks for the time.
 

SuperRunner

New Member
You need both a bellhousing and flywheel. And yes, I hope to sell the whole kit, including clutch for $750.

Yes, this would help with your cruiser project, if you wanted to do this engine.
 

jerbear

New Member
Hi
Thanks for the reply. Put me on the list. When this is squared away I am interested. I will start saving my pennies now. Keep me updated. I will subscribe to this thread for future updates
Thanks
 

ChrisV

New Member
I have Eric's adapter for the W58. Bolts up nicely but I need the clutch and flywheel. If this fits with the W58 and the added thickness of his adapter, I'll be needing one, as well. I don't need high power handling, as I doubt I'll see over 300 hp at the flywheel.

Just have to save up my pennies (in the middle of building a new garage and 2 story addition to the house...)
 

SuperRunner

New Member
Yeah, I don't know about the adapter piece. Seems like as long as you had a way to put the pilot bearing in the flywheel itself, it would probably work.
 

SuperRunner

New Member
Getting closer on the bellhousings. I just got a call from the machine shop today, parts for my jig are done for making my prototype. After I get the jig assembled, then I can make my first prototype, then make my mold.

Machine shops are crazy slow, and that is what is taking time.
 

Philly#1 Lex

New Member
Yes I am watching closely because I need to purchase, Bellhousing & Clutch setup. Still no figures on power holding capabilities of the clutch setup? Thanks:drillsergeant:
 

SuperRunner

New Member
Yeah, me too. I get all my mold supplies tomorrow, then I am awaiting my flanges from the water jet cutter. He said by this weekend, but we will see.
 

supradude117

New Member
You have a digital camera right? I'd like to see what you have so far. May be interested in the flywheel, clutch, and bellhousing. Depends on if I decide to do the swap this winter...

-Dave
 

SuperRunner

New Member
YIKES!!!

That would take at least at least 14" flywheel. You are not going to fit that behind a 1UZ unless you make the flywheel stick out into the bellhousing, but the ring gear would still have to fit ont he 12" flywheel.

Why not go with a Getrag with a tripple disk clutch. Probably be easier. You would have to make an adapter since a bellhousing is not an option for the getrag.
 
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