Originally Posted by mikeslandrover
The flywheel is the big disc of metal bolted to the crank which in turn has the clutch pressure plate bolted to it.
Sorry that was a typo
clutch assembly is to me: flywheel, clutch disc, pressure plate.
What i was stating above is that most of the british forums call what I call the bellhousing the "clutch cover" for some reason, i have no clue why.
------ Follow up post added January 26th, 2012 03:57 PM ------
Originally Posted by diesel_jim
Engine looks good.... too nice to be putting horrible oil into!
Not fan of the rotella?
------ Follow up post added January 26th, 2012 03:59 PM ------
Originally Posted by JSBriggs
They are similar (same materials) but different bents/fittings etc. They should last longer on a diesel as they are further from the exhaust manifold. If there are any cracks or checking, id defiantly replace them.
Here is the spot that looked funny in the pic.
I recheched these btw, i think it was just the picture, they seem even and firm throughout. Are the oil filter adapter side BSP thread? Maybe a nice set of braided stainless lines would be a nice future upgrade