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01-08-2011 10:33 AM
Crosley
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Originally Posted by ca434sbc
Like to find out what the minimum L/R clutch clearance as measured with dry clutches during mockup. GM specifies a stack height but no clearance.

Thanks

.050 to .070 works well. Closer to .050 the beter with 5 frictions in there

Put the snapo ring in and check it that way. Some times there is additional clearance between the snap ring and center support. That can create additonal un-needed clearance
12-27-2010 09:06 PM
ca434sbc
4l60E L/R clutch clearance

Like to find out what the minimum L/R clutch clearance as measured with dry clutches during mockup. GM specifies a stack height but no clearance.

Thanks

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