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    The Nitrous Outlet Junkie


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    Default Attn: th400 builders fwd clutch drum?

    So i am building my first th400 and i am confused with an issue.... on the forward flashbacks are removed six Steels and BW frictions. I got a steel 4l80e clutch drum cause i was told it stronger than the cast unit that was in the th400. I am installing RAYBESTSTOS stage 1 frictions and regular steels. When I stack six of them together and I insert the forward clutch drum the very bottom friction disc does not appear to engage. The reason I think this is when I put the forward clutch drum and it sets all the way down on to the springs and whenever I give it a turn I noticed the bottom friction did not move.
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    Does the fwd clutch drum have to engage all the frictions?


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    The Nitrous Outlet Junkie


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    nevermind I was forgetting something very important I forgot to put the retainer and snap ring on holding the springs on the piston before installing be forward drum clutch.

    Sent from my SM-N950U using Tapatalk
    94 Formula; sleeper/budget build - total invested so far $5700,
    best pass on motor: 12.398 @109.4
    best pass on SPRAY:
    350, LT1, carb, LE grind cam, th400, 3800 stall, ford 8.8 w/ 4.10s


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