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98-up vs. 97-down clutch hub and shell

What's the difference between the two?I've been running a '92 stock 5 speed primary on a stock '99 tranny for about 9 years/45,000 miles.Changed out the inner primary bearing,and now going back together.Hub is sloppy on the mainshaft splines and the outer shell has a lot of end play.I'm looking on the net and seeing different listings for 98-up and 97-down.As far as I know they all have the same splines,so what else is different,as I need to replace them,but all the other components are fine (chain,clutch plates,etc.)Do I indeed need to adhere to a 97-down hub and shell in order to work with what I got?
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tooth count for starter and gear?
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tooth count for starter and gear?
Good answer,but not sure.I have managed to buy a '90-'97 hub.Now I am seeing '90-'93,'94-'97,and '98-up,etc.Just want to make sure I get the right basket that will work with the other existing parts (chain,clutch discs).
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