Minimize the Destructive Effects of a Clutch/Flywheel Explosion
Manufactured from premium 1/4" steel, Lakewood Bellhousings utilize hydroforming. This hydraulic forming process minimizes the thinning of the bellhousing's material while maintaining proper thickness in critical areas. Units are stress relieved after forming for even greater strength and then finished with a safety red enamel.
Tested to meet or exceed SFI Specification 6.1W when used with an approved block plate, Lakewood Steel Bellhousings are designed to contain a clutch or flywheel explosion with possible deformation or elongation of the housing. All bellhousings include the block plate and an SFI Spec 6.1W serial number.Features
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What size clutch is recommended with this unit and the 143 tooth flywheel?
1. Not compatible with 1965-Earlier Bendix-type starters
2. Due to very close tolerances, bellhousings must be dialed-in to ensure proper flywheel clearance.
3. On 1981-Later Mustang, we suggest upgrading the linkage to Hays #490-76-228 (heavy-duty clutch cable & billet aluminum clutch quadrant).
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