JEGS 555-601205 Flywheel for Select 1955-1985 Small Block & Big Block Chevy Note:
- Will not work with Chevrolet Models that came with a 10.500 in. diameter clutch and small bellhousing. Large GM bellhousing is required.
JEGS 555-601205 Flywheel for Select 1955-1985 Small Block & Big Block Chevy Features:
- For Engines with a 2-Piece Rear Main Seal
- Utilizes 10.500 in. & 11 in. clutches
- Total Weight: 28 lbs.
- Replaces GM 3991469
JEGS 555-601205 Flywheel for Select 1955-1985 Small Block & Big Block Chevy Fits:
- Small Block Chevrolet (Internally Balanced Engines)
- 262 (1975-1976)
- 265 (1955-1957)
- 267 (1976-1982)
- 283 (1957-1967)
- 302 (1967-1969)
- 305 (1976-1985)
- 307 (1968-1973)
- 327 (1962-1969)
- 350 (1967-1985)
- Big Block Chevrolet (Internally Balanced Engines)
- 396 (1965-1970)
- 402 (1970-1972)
- 409 (1961-1965)
- 427 (1963-1969)
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