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post #16 of 20 Old 05-14-2014, 04:22 PM Thread Starter
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Clutch disk issues

Delays keep coming about because of work. What clutch disk is needed for the conversion? Ax15 has 10spline and ax5 has 14 spline. Disk diameter changes also, will the flywheel need changed as well. Diameters are 9.125 and 10.5 for the ax15. Any help with this issue.

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post #17 of 20 Old 05-14-2014, 05:22 PM
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The writeup in the FAQ referenced a 9" 10-spline clutch with PN RCF584 from NAPA. Should use your original flywheel Part number. "Factory flywheel and pressure plate."

You have read THIS, right? It's all in there, pretty complete. Just no pictures though.

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Yes I did. Napa doesn't offer that part . Not shown in system. Thought I would ask others, write up doesn't state vehicle part was for. Will investigate more. Thanks for your help, I do appreciate all the feedback. Summit ridge has the disk needed. Will post part numbers when received and verified all is well.

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Hmmmmmm. I can't google that number up from work at present and see if it cross-references. What is the clutch that is used on the 90's Dodge that came with the 4 cyl and the AX15? Is that the 9" 10-spline unit?

Try and google up that part number and look for a cross ref. It's bound to be out there.

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