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Old 02-13-2018, 09:43 PM   #1
rd martin
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700 r 4 in stock 72 jimmy 2wd what flywheel?

doing some work on a buddys 72 stock jimmy, original 350, pulled manual trans, he wants 700 r4, what flywheel have you guys used. flywheel he has is from 87 trans am, bolt pattern at crank on this 350 is larger, what flywheel do i need? thanks
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Old 02-13-2018, 10:07 PM   #2
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Re: 700 r 4 in stock 72 jimmy 2wd what flywheel?

Its not a flywheel but you will need a flexplate, they have either 153 or 168 teeth...
How many teeth were on the flywheel you are replacing, the reason I am asking is because you need to ensure you have the correct starter as well....different starter for 153/168 tooth flexplates...

Make sure you get one for an internally balanced 350, two piece RMS,(I am assuming the 350 engine is a 1972) no weights.

Good Luck..
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