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the different clutch sizes are for the different capacity engines
The 7" would be most likely be for the 1.4 or 1.6 version engines where the 8" would be for the for the 2.0 or 2.4l engines
If the flywheel is flat across the face ( not recessed) the the clutch plate you want will fit as long as the pressure plate is the same diameter and the bolts fit the cover to the flywheel
it is possible to get a standard clutch kit or a heavy duty clutch kit which has a higher pressure plate reading to cope with heavier loads ( towing etc)
if an 8" came out , you need to replace it with an 8"
The bigger the clutch , the longer the period before replacing it
If you can get to it you can measure the shiny wear patterns on the flywheel and if the incorrect plate was fitted at some time you will see the old wear pattern outside the latest shiny surface
what you have to be aware of is the spline number and size of the new clutch plate so try it on the input shaft before fitting to the flywheel