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Old 03-27-2011, 05:51 PM
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Need 400m 4 speed flywheel for 77 4x4 1/2 ton

like it says I need a 77 4x4 half ton flywheel for a 4 speed. Im looking all over the place for one and I had several before things started causing them to fall through the cracks. Let me know asap, thank you
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Old 03-31-2011, 01:25 AM
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not sure if these were off a 351m or the 400, but I believe they are the same bolt pattern, just need to verify the width/diameter of the clutch you are using...2 different ones, I have 2 in NJ

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I have one from a 78 351m-400. 3/4ton, 4x4, diaphragm clutch. It's probably the same thing.
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1977/82 351M/400: Two different flywheels. because two different sized clutches.

1977/79 F100/350 / 1978/82 Bronco / 1980/82 F150/350 / 1980/82 Econoline:

D7TZ-6375-D .. 400 Flywheel-Use w/12" Clutch / Marked: D7TE-CE

D7TZ-6375-E .. 351M Flywheel-Use w/11" Clutch / Marked: D7TE-DE
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1977/82 351M/400: Two different flywheels. because two different sized clutches.

1977/79 F100/350 / 1978/82 Bronco / 1980/82 F150/350 / 1980/82 Econoline:

D7TZ-6375-D .. 400 Flywheel-Use w/12" Clutch / Marked: D7TE-CE

D7TZ-6375-E .. 351M Flywheel-Use w/11" Clutch / Marked: D7TE-DE

Thank you for this info. This will save me some time and mess ups!
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I have a flywheel marked D7TE-6380-DC, not sure why the discrepancy in numbers, but figure out if you can use it.

This thread says you can: http://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/63...e-6380-dc.html

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