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Dana Power Lok clutch plates #1706122
12/03/14 09:27 AM
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I'm assembling a Dana power lok unit for my street rod. I'm finding optional information on the order of the clutch discs.

Figure 14 on this assembly manual Dana Power Lok was what I started to do, however, after studying the order of the discs from the factory assembly I've found they were different; it was setup like Figure 16.
This is the 3 friction surface setup.

So, long story shortened.. for a street driven car, 3 or 5 friction surface setup?

Re: Dana Power Lok clutch plates [Re: RestoRick] #1706123
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hi, 5 friction setup. ronnie

Re: Dana Power Lok clutch plates [Re: RestoRick] #1706124
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8.75" and Dana 60 do not use the same clutch sequence.

If you are building an 8.75", see the middle of this link:

http://www.moparts.org/Tech/Archive/axle/13.html

Re: Dana Power Lok clutch plates [Re: DoctorDiff] #1706125
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Perfect.. yes 8 3/4" as you know..

Thanks!







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