So yeah, not the slave or the master. In fact the slave was probably fine, but well now I have a spare.
I call this one, "still life with clutch disc"
The PP and Flywheel are totally hosed. I have all of the original records and this is the original clutch so it's got 177k on it. My '96 OBW had 160ish on it's original clutch (not verified original though) and it didn't look anywhere near as bad.
Can't really tell from the pics, but the flywheel friction surface is scored bellow the plane of PP mounting surface. It seems like there's been a lot of heat put into these parts which amazes me that the friction disc lasted as long as it did. It never slipped on me either, right up to it exploding.
Anyway, new parts are on order, OEM kit, TO clips and a new fork boot. The fork is in good condition, there was plenty of grease still around, too much in fact I'd say, but then maybe that's why it's still around
I was able to suspend the trans and shove it back enough that I don't have to lift it to get things back together,
All it took was bunji-chording the shifter arms out of the way and the straps you see in the pics and a bunch of playing around with jacks underneath to find the correct angle to get off the studs on the bottom. It was a pain, but not as much of a pain as trying to maneuver the trans down to the ground and then back up again.
If I had a hoist or access to one I would have pulled the engine. I could have rented one, but since it would have involved renting a vehicle to go get it, the expense really couldn't be justified. Not to mention I would have had to buy a couple of sheet of plywood to move the thing around on.
Whatever, it's getting done.