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What steps do you use when installing friction plates on 19998 srad

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Well first you have to remove the clutch cover, then remove pressure plate and remove old clutch plates. keep old plates in order you take them out. you need to put new clutches in int he same order they alternate between steel and fibeber plats

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After having soaked the friction plates as required first install the narrow friction plate on the clutch hub, engaging the tabs on this plate with the slots in the clutch shell then install the damper spring seat (sometimes called a judder spring) on the clutch hub so that it sits inboard of the previously installed narrow friction plate with the concave side out (facing away from damper spring
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