- Utilizes 10.400 in. clutch
- Total Weight: 16 lbs.
- Replaces GM 14085720 & 3991406
- Nodular Iron
Is it time to replace the pressure plate & clutch disc in your high-mileage vehicle? For about the same cost of resurfacing, get a JEGS Flywheel for Chevy, Ford, Chrysler, Jeep, and AMC applications. Flywheels are precision machined from cast iron to exact OE specifications. Not for competition use.
WILL THIS FLYWHEEL WORK WITH A STOCK CLUTCH SET UP? IF NOT WHAT PERFORMANCE STREET CLUTCH WILL DEFINITELY WORK? WHAT THINGS SHOULD I BE CONCERNED ABOUT WHEN USING THIS. I WANT TO USE IT ON MY 1959 CHEVY 283 ENGINE WITH MY MUNCIE M20 4 SPEED TRANSMISSION.
The tech specs state it accepts a 10.4 inch clutch. I've never heard of of a 10.4 inch clutch. 10.5 inch is standard. Does this flywheel accept a 10.5 inch clutch? Thanks G
what is the crank shaft hole diameter in inches?
What is the exact weight of these flywheels? We have a rules package that states the flywheel must be a minimum of 16.00 lbs.
what information do you need to find out whether I need an internal or external balanced flywheel?
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