Originally Posted by 123pugsy
I'm putting together a 94 4l60e and my "guide" mentions that the low/reverse stackup should measure 1.230". Even if I use the thickest selective plate, I won't get that close. It appears if I did follow spec that the retaining ring might not go in as the stack would be too high.Everything that came out seems to be in good shape with zero wear.
I am not sure I follow you.... the old frictions / steel plates were OK, for clutch pack clearance?
New frictions and steel plates are too thick / high?
There are two frictions that will fit.... t-350 / powerglide and the 700/4L60 design.
700 frictions are about .090 thick.
t-350 frictions are about .100 thick
not sure if that helps or not.
I stack up reverse frictions and steels in the case on the piston.. set the center support in , check clutch pack clearance visually. I've done it that way for many years.