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Old 06-14-2007, 05:12 PM
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Low/Rev Clutch clearance

Wich is the correct Low / Reverse clutch clearance? for a TH350...sorry....Thanks to all.....
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It can be pretty wide, and you don't want it tight. It is being driven through in every gear except manual low or reverse.

.060" minimum to around .100" will be fine.
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low/ rev clutch

In general, a good rule of thumb for clutch clearance issues is, about .010 clearance for every friction plate. Most times this will keep you out of trouble.
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