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Old 06-21-2013, 03:09 PM
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cone type mopar sure grip

been a while since i dismantled it which way do do the spring plates go? with the tabs going down on same side or opposite sides.

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Pic please. I can't remember what they look like.
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The "notch" for the cross pin should tell you which way they go in. Butch/junior stocker.
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The one that you have in is correct. Line up those 2 little tabs. I think the go beside each other. It's been years since I had one of those apart.
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If you still haven't put this together yet, install the plates with the tabs on the same side in the small notch. The 'window' should never have anything in it.
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