Discussion in 'Manual Transmission & Clutch' started by Frankenchevy, Oct 27, 2020.
you have to earn them, 10 truck washes will get you a custom patch!
Yes, but they have to be done correctly. No shortcuts—two buckets, microfiber sponge, etc
What are you using for a throw-out bearing? Another subject that seems over complicated in these mismatch of part conversions.
The one that comes with my McLeod clutch kit.
This is the clutch kit I got.
So are you going to get a new flywheel and starter?
I'm trying to sort this mess out without spending a bunch of $$ on shit I thought I already had.
I’m getting a centerforce billet flywheel. My current starter should be fine.
350 motors are neutral balance flywheels/flexplates and are internal balance motors... its the 400sb and the 454 that are external balance. and the extra tall foot 208 adapter is for flat crossmember before 83.. W crossmember 83-up use short foot adapter.
Weird, every 350 flywheel referenced in summit and RAs catalog says eternal balance...
I believe the flat CM went through 84. It’s what all CUCVs have and they’re all based on ‘84s
The '86 and later engines with 1-piece rear main seals use flexplates and flywheels with a counter weight.
The 'W' crossmember started in '85.
I think your scout leader dropped the ball. Cub Scouts had a marble belt loop.
OK, now find ME a car wash badge, Wayne!!!
How about a T shirt?
@idahovette Hey Perry, get any custom patch you want made.
wow bucket got it right. 2 different flywheels 1 piece rear main seal or 2 piece rear main seal.
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