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88 3082 999 752 Pressure Plate superceded to '764 - TO Bearing ok to use

I ordered a 88 3082 999 752 pressure plate and was sent a 88 3082 999 764 as a replacement (the part that the '752 is superseded by). The release fingers are straight instead of curved/flat. Can I use the same release bearing? I have a release arm extension installed in the existing TO bearing. Thanks for the help.

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Yes, the old GT3R pressure plate was superseded by the GT2RS pressure plate.
Install with same parts otherwise: disc, bearing, etc.
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Thanks TurboKraft for the reply. Just to clarify, I have the MODE lightweight adapter kit that includes the starter ring gear extension and release bearing extension for use with the standard 930 release bearing. Does that info modify your answer? Thanks again for the help!
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Yes, it sure does.
The extension parts are made for a 930 4-speed.
The pressure plate you specified is for a 1990-onwards G50.
Weird combination, and not one that usually works without significant mods.

Are you replacing a pressure plate from an existing clutch assembly, one that was working, or are you starting from scratch?
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I am starting from scratch. It all started when I ordered a '752 pressure plate and got a '764 substitute. I have a 930 gearbox and not a Getrag G50. The height appears to be the same as the '752, the starter gear spacer fits with a little modification. The biggest question is about the flywheel - I can use the single mass GT3 with the pressure plate I think. The other question is about using the 930 TO bearing with the straight fingered pressure plate. Thanks for the help.

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