Originally Posted by baba louey
I don't understand your statement about why the flywheel has to be changed. Something about '08 being different from '09? Why not just get a new '08 clutch disk and pressure plate and keep the same flywheel? I've replaced several clutches on the various vehicles that I've owned and I've never felt it necessary to replace the flywheel. Of course I made the decision to not replace the flywheel after checking its condition thoroughly.
+1 the only time a flywheel needs to be resurfaced or replaced is if there is scoring or damage and/or the ring gear teeth are not meshing..other than that a quick scuff with an abrasive pad and new clutch is all you need