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Old December 31st, 2013, 01:09 PM
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Need V8 Manual Flywheel Measurement

If anyone has a V8 with a manual flywheel bolted to it...

I need the distance from the flywheel face to the back of the engine block.

In the past have made similar measurements by clamping a "straight edge" to the face of the flywheel and measuring from the back edge of the "straight edge" to the back of the engine where the transmission belhousing would mate up.
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If anyone has a V8 with a manual flywheel bolted to it...

I need the distance from the flywheel face to the back of the engine block.

In the past have made similar measurements by clamping a "straight edge" to the face of the flywheel and measuring from the back edge of the "straight edge" to the back of the engine where the transmission belhousing would mate up.
I'm working in the shop today and will take this measurement for you off the 4.2 I got from Mark this afternoon.
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