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Topic: Power Lok clutch pack
Posted By: D79Express
Subject: Power Lok clutch pack
Date Posted: Nov/21/2020 at 9:08pm
Hello Everyone, I'm hoping someone can answer my question. I have a 68 AMX with a 2 piece power lok diff. I'm replacing the clutch pack and I picked up a Spicer kit #22233x, supposed to be correct but it only has one dished disc, one flat disc and all three plates are flat and the same thickness. O.E has one thin flat plate, one dished plate and one thick plate,, one dished disc and one flat. Is the Spicer kit an upgrade or is it the wrong part?Confused

Posted By: madmax
Date Posted: Nov/21/2020 at 10:21pm
those clutches are incorrect, dr diff sells the correct clutch pack for amc.

also see this thread" rel="nofollow -

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Posted By: D79Express
Date Posted: Nov/22/2020 at 1:15pm
Thanks madmax for pointing me in the right direction.Thumbs Up

Posted By: jpnjim
Date Posted: Nov/23/2020 at 10:05pm
If you can get a hold of a powerlock factory service manual,
they show the different combinations of stacks to achieve different holding torque values.

The different Auto manufactuters each had their own stack order that was specified.

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Posted By: D79Express
Date Posted: Dec/01/2020 at 1:24pm
Thanks for the info.Thumbs Up

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