Below is a PM sent to me from Christian Nelson. Could be good info for several and other opinions can be helpful, so I'm posting his question in a thread. I was putting together the 3-4 clutch pack last night, and ran into a problem. The old clutch pack was 6 clutches, 5 steels. The new alto is 8 clutches, 7 steels. Now, when I watched the video, there were 2 types of lower and upper pressure plates. The older style had a 2 piece bottom, and beveled edge top. The newer style had a one piece bottom, and flat or square edge top. Mine had what seems to be a mixture of the two, a one piece bottom with the beveled edge top. When I assembled the pack, there is absolutely NO clearance between the top pressure plate and the clutch where I am supposed to have ~.086 in. Is it because I have the wrong top piece? Do I get a different sized pressure plate? SHould I take a clutch pack out? I don't think I should do that, since it would probably be too much play then.. What is your advice?