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    Default aftermarket clutch questions between a alltrac and a gt?

    Let me explain my situation real quick here. I have a 90gts and a 91 alltrac. My gts has an aftermarket clutch I love. My alltrac has an oem clutch that the previous owner had replaced at a toyota dealership. My question is will the clutch from my gts swap into the alltrac? Will it fit and will it work. They only reason I want to do this is to avoid spending alot of money on an aftermarket clutch and because I love the throw in my gts. The stock clutch isnt really that great in my alltrac. Any help would be appreciated!

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    No, they are not interchangeable. The Transmission on the Alltrac has a different input shaft on it than the GTS transmission.

    It's possible you could get a similar (or the same) clutch for your Alltrac.

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    Holligan is correct.
    Aside from the input shaft, the Alltracs pressure plate needs to be stronger. And the clutch disc is a 6 spring, while the GTS is a 4 spring.
    So, even tho your GTS clutch is upgraded, it probably won't last long in the Alltrac [if it would fit].

    The "throw"?
    I take it you mean the shifter?
    They should be the same for the 2 cars.
    Ease of gear engagement is different.
    The Alltrac has a MUCH beefier transmission. With that comes weight. Which makes butter smooth shifts alot harder. Pretty much impossible in the Alltrac.

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