McLeod nodular iron flywheels offer high-quality, yet low-cost alternatives to the hassles of resurfacing a flywheel. Nodular iron flywheels are stronger than the OEM models, and these McLeod units are direct bolt-in units. Don't overlook your flywheel when replacing your clutch. But don't resurface, replace with McLeod nodular iron flywheels
When replacing a clutch, the flywheel is one of the most overlooked parts. You have two choices: One is to resurface the flywheel and the other is to replace it. McLeod's Nodular Iron Flywheels are a high quality yet low cost alternative to the hassles of resurfacing a flywheel. Nodular Iron flywheels are stronger than the OEM and are direct bolt- in units.
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