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clutch question

hey im new here and was wondering if anyone could answer this question
i have a 1994 ford ranger rwd 5-speed with a 2.3l engine i have a brand new extra clutch that came with my 89 mustang 5l and was wondering if the clutch would work for my ranger any help would be greatly ap.
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i didnt think so but one shop told me it should no problem but i wanted to make sure thanks
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