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Old 02-14-2008, 12:17 PM
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8BA flywheel

Hi everyone

I ordered a pressure plate for my C1BA from Summitracing. It was the only one listed for a flathead at Summitracing, Jegs and Centerforce Clutches. When it got here, it was too small to fit my flywheel. I don't think my engine was the original one for my truck. The radiator was also larger than the stock radiators installed in F100s. The transition is a 4 speed, may be non synchromesh but I'm not sure. I didn't look at it very much as I'm not reusing it. I believe the engine originally came out of a larger truck, but this is just a guess. Does anyone know if the larger trucks had larger flywheels and if so does anyone carry the pressure plates for them. Thanks in advance.


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