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Does anyone have a flywheel for a 351W laying around? I am planning on dropping a windsor in my truck when I get back from vacation and I need a flywheel. I am leaving in a week and won't be back till July, so there is no rush on it now...just need a price!
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Does anyone have a flywheel for a 351W laying around? I am planning on dropping a windsor in my truck when I get back from vacation and I need a flywheel. I am leaving in a week and won't be back till July, so there is no rush on it now...just need a price!
I know I should know this...but slush box or gear grinder? The flywheel is going to be different...right?
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yes there is a difference between the two, I need a manual
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I'll ask around and see what I can find. I'm certain there's near a thousand of around here.
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What year is your engine Andy? It makes a difference on the imbalance on those I believe. Heres a link for Summit RacingFlywheels - SummitRacing.com
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Thanks Dave! I know there are different balances in them. I don't know what year the motor is...I doubt the guy knows either. I am going to say it will most likely be an older block. I will know for sure once we pull it out. I am thinking of just buying a new flywheel and be done with it since I won't know for sure till I get the motor.
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