Mcleod 10.5 plate for a LT77 part number

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Mcleod 10.5 plate for a LT77 part number

Post by Pxr5 » Tue Feb 05, 2019 12:29 am

Ive looked on the Mcleod web site, does any one know the part number for the driven plate 10.5" with the correct LT77 splines?
Yank cars use the same spline count & diameter but with a different angle on the splines....

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Re: Mcleod 10.5 plate for a LT77 part number

Post by minorv8 » Tue Feb 05, 2019 6:06 am

I was thinking the exact thing since my engine and box are currently at garage floor. I have Mcleod clutch in my car. There are no markings on the clutch plate. I think that it might be a Mopar plate. Pressure plate is also a McLeod (stamped Valeo !).

EDIT: RealSteel lists the same clutch plate AZ935 for Mopar and Rover.

I think Real Steel still stocks McLeod ?

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Re: Mcleod 10.5 plate for a LT77 part number

Post by Pxr5 » Tue Feb 05, 2019 12:02 pm

There are 2 driven plates that fit, one is metric the other is imperial, the metric one is sloppy on the shaft....

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Re: Mcleod 10.5 plate for a LT77 part number

Post by DEVONMAN » Tue Feb 05, 2019 12:57 pm

Real steel sell both. One for a rover box ( in the rover section ) and one for a T5 box BY260120M. (in the ford section)
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Re: Mcleod 10.5 plate for a LT77 part number

Post by Pxr5 » Tue Feb 05, 2019 6:30 pm

Any one have a imperial plate for a Lt77 want to swop for a new metric Mcleod T5 item?

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Re: Mcleod 10.5 plate for a LT77 part number

Post by minorv8 » Thu Feb 07, 2019 12:58 pm

Looks like my reply disappeared..

Anyway, I checked my plate on LT77 and it was a nice tight fit. On R380 however the same plate was a bit loose. I thought that the splines on LT77 and R380 are identical ?

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Re: Mcleod 10.5 plate for a LT77 part number

Post by DEVONMAN » Fri Feb 08, 2019 3:17 pm

Maybe the R380 being later went metric ???
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Re: Mcleod 10.5 plate for a LT77 part number

Post by minorv8 » Sun Mar 10, 2019 1:57 pm

I bought a new McLeod clutch plate from USA. Both the old and new are loose on both LT77 and R380 input shafts. My R380 has a new input shaft so no wear there.

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