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Fidanza Lightweight Aluminum Flywheel 1955-86 GM V8

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Lightweight Aluminum Flywheel 1955-86 GM V8
$687.72
Lightweight Aluminum Flywheel
  • 1955-86 GM V8
  • 6-Speed to 2-piece Rear Main Seal Engine
  • 153-Tooth Ring Gear
  • 13.5 lbs
  • Free Shipping - Estimated to ship direct from manufacturer on 06/02/22 , pending manufacturer availability. Learn More
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    I got a lt1 and t56 out of an f body. I want to use my old motor with the t56 which is a 2 PC rms. With this flywheel do I use the clutch that is bolted to the lt1 flywheel.

    Asked by: Matt111
    You will need to match the clutch disc spline to the transmission. You will also need to verify that the flywheel has the correct balance for your rotating assembly.
    Answered by: Rusty B
    Date published: 2018-08-06
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