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The instructions say not to Use Judder Spring and Seat Spring if they are with the stock clutch, I am assuming these are the very first 2 Rings/Washers in the basket so do I just leave both of them out? Do I just put a fiber then a steel and so on?

Right now the last disc is not off set but I hear some people say it should or should I off set the last?

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The instructions say not to Use Judder Spring and Seat Spring if they are with the stock clutch, I am assuming these are the very first 2 Rings/Washers in the basket so do I just leave both of them out?
Sounds like that's the way they want it, leave them both out. Fiber then steel is the order.
I can't picture what offsetting means or would accomplish, so I can't help you there, atm. Remember to soak the discs in oil ahead of time.
 

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I did not a lot of reading and I guess off setting the disc helps with Strength of the basket slightly, I believe the later LTZ Service Manuals recommend it as well.

 
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