Ok, Here is what I think the 1909-1911 Clutch Drive Plate looks like, the pictures I've got aren't real clear, but from what I can tell this should be about right...but of course I'll leave that for you to determine.
If any of you have one of those clutch pin thrust washers 3343 that you have a picture of, please show it to me, this is one of those items that just wasn't too clear...it kinda looks to me like the top of a "roach motel" trap.
The plate as far as I can tell is pretty much the same but without the mounting bolt bosses...it's just a plain flat plate with slightly counter bored recesses in it for the bolt heads (I think).
If some of you early car guys can show me some really good pictures of this assembly I'd appreciate it.
3324B was not used until at least 1916.
Also, I believe the early ones had a woodruff key that prevented the 3334 throwout collar from rotating on the output shaft and that there was a corresponding (1/4"?) keyway in the 3334.
Ok, Royce, I'll change that...
Dan, ahhh, 3334? do you mean 3344?
Ok, going back and looking really closely to the parts catalog pictures of the 09's thru 11's it does indeed look like there is woodruff key slot on the side of the main shaft. But there was no picture of the key at all, but looking through the part list the number 3324 came up as a woodruff key for the drive plate slider. Also as Royce suggested I took out the oil plug 3324B.
If you guys see anything else please let me know, thanks.
I have three. Do you want a ohoto?