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Dual Power plate thickness

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Bern

02-24-2020 17:20:22




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I know this is a long shot, but I have no other options right now. By chance does anyone have a Dual Power assembly apart right now? If so, is it out of a 5000-7000, or 8000-9700? I need a dimension for the pressure plate part number C9NN7R003A. It's the big thick plate that is the pressure plate for the underdrive clutch. I need the overall thickness of that plate.

The reason I ask is because we're working on an 8000 here in our shop, and it appears that it has been pieced together with differing parts. I can't prove it without a dimension from a known good unit. I'd have my local dealer get a print spec, but the parts manager is out on vacation this week.

Thanks for any help you can be.

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juniur

02-24-2020 18:40:51




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 Re: Dual Power plate thickness in reply to Bern, 02-24-2020 17:20:22  
Thereís 2 different thickness pressure plates. I just replaced one on a 9600 because it was warped. ( remember the pic of the busted clutch drum)
I donít remember the thickness but i had to measure it because the parts catalog list 2 different ones.



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Bern

02-24-2020 18:47:21




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 Re: Dual Power plate thickness in reply to juniur, 02-24-2020 18:40:51  
I don't suppose you still have the old one laying around by chance do you? Do you recall how much clutch plate clearance you had in the underdrive clutch after you put the snap ring in?



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juniur

02-25-2020 05:05:39




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 Re: Dual Power plate thickness in reply to Bern, 02-24-2020 18:47:21  
i do not. but i went back and looked at my parts order. # C9NN7R007A is the plate i used,i measured it before ordering to know which to order and it measured .204" just like the parts book says. i bought it from A&I much cheaper than CNH. no i didnt measure the clearance. i will tell you that with the warped plate i couldnt install the snap ring



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