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SBC Flywheel/clutch help required.

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Paul Y, Oct 18, 2009.

  1. Paul Y
    Joined: Dec 29, 2006
    Posts: 633

    Paul Y
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    Bought a second hand flywheel and a brand new clutch kit to put in my PU

    When I bolt the flywheel up and then put the clutch disk up to the mating surface the clutch 'springs' catch the flywheel bolts.

    Viewed from the side the clutch springs are above the surface of the friction material.

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    Took the washers off from the bolts and it still catch's (yes I know the washers are on in this picture, just wanted to show the relation between bolt and flywheel surface)

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    I have the clutch disk around the correct way.

    Have an old clutch disk that has more clearance on the flywheel side, fits perfect but is the wrong spline.

    So, can anyone advise what clutch disk I actually need?

    Ever so slightly annoyed as I had a free afternoon (with clearance from management!) to get the engine in the PU. No telling when that might happen again!

    Ah yes, Engine is a Chevy 350, Clutch is an 11" and the input shaft is 26 spline.

    So.... What clutch disk do I need in order to fit the flywheel??

    P.:D
     
  2. landseaandair
    Joined: Feb 23, 2009
    Posts: 4,411

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    from phoenix

    Been a while since I had a stick, but that flywheel looks pretty thin to me. Here's an image of a new one for comparison.
    1501.jpg
     
  3. ridin dirty
    Joined: Jul 6, 2008
    Posts: 551

    ridin dirty
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    Same As Above... Looks thin get another flywheel.
     
  4. chevy57dude
    Joined: Dec 10, 2007
    Posts: 6,161

    chevy57dude
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    I went thru this crap withh a Centerforce clutch and the flywheel that came with my stroker BBC kit. Centerforce had an excellent tech line and told me how to measure, I ended up buying thier flywheel. Problem solved.
     

  5. Like the guys said,,,the flywheeel is way too thin,,,must have been cut a lot.
    The bolt heads almost appear even with the friction surface.
    It looks to be a stock iron wheel as well,,,,get a new good one.

    Tommy
     
  6. squirrel
    Joined: Sep 23, 2004
    Posts: 47,983

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    how many times that flywheel been ground anyways?
     

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  7. 40streetrod
    Joined: Nov 11, 2007
    Posts: 477

    40streetrod
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    from nj

    So what's the problem here?
    no flywheels on that side of the pond?
    tell you what, I got a stack of flywheel in my garage, let me take a look for you and if I find the one you need, it's yours. you pay shipping
    later
    wayne
     

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