Man, you need the service manual. The part numbers don't mean much without referencing the exploded view. I'm sorry to hear you bought the Barnett ones.
If you haven't bathed the friction plates in oil overnight, that's the first thing to do. Load up a ziploc bag with the plates, put some oil in the bag, and seal it up for the night.
Are you wanting the order of the friction plates? The smaller, higher block count friction plates go at the ends (first and last in) to ride against the hub and basket. The last plate to go in is offset one tang from the others. The other frictions are all the same.
The steel plates consist of 7 the same and 2 different. The 2 plates go in the slots deepest in the basket and are slightly thicker to help house the spring plates. It's hard to describe without looking at the images. Basically it goes like this....
high count friction, thicker steel, spring seat, spring (raised edge out), friction, thicker steel, friction, steel, friction, steel, friction, steel.........high count friction offset and the hub plate.
Hope that makes sense. Pictures are better though.