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351m flywheel May 17 2003 at 2:49 AM    Lenny  (no login)
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would a standard flywheel from a 351m fit a 351c?
 
   
Lenny
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i mean    May 17 2003, 9:45 AM 

i mean would a manual flywheel from centerforce for a 351m fit a 351C???
 
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Brian S
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It doesn't look like it 176 teeth vs 164    May 17 2003, 1:08 PM 

I think it uses a 12" clutch also.

http://www.centerforce.com/centerforceflywheelresults.tpl?db=databases/domfly_db.txt&eqmakedatarq=FORD

 
Brian S
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It doesn't look like it 176 teeth vs 164    May 17 2003, 1:09 PM 

I think it uses a 12" clutch also.

http://www.centerforce.com/centerforceflywheelresults.tpl?db=databases/domfly_db.txt&eqmakedatarq=FORD

 
Brian S
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It doesn't look like it 176 teeth vs 164    May 17 2003, 1:11 PM 

I think it uses a 12" clutch also.

http://www.centerforce.com/centerforceflywheelresults.tpl?db=databases/domfly_db.txt&eqmakedatarq=FORD



sean
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flywheel    May 17 2003, 3:24 PM 

even if the bolt holes do line up, do some research to make sure the balance is the same...also, as with what brian said, 351m uses a tottally differnet bellhousing, so the fywheel diameters are probably different
 
   
Brian S
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Try here    May 17 2003, 9:47 PM 

http://www.pressenter.com/~drauchw/FordClutchFlywheel.html
 
 

hawkrod
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i'm pretty sure it won't, i have had a couple and....    May 18 2003, 11:29 AM 

the cleveland flywheel was flat but the 351M ones are not because the crank flange sticks out an odd distance (for a ford). hawkrod

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