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454 flywheel

Discussion in 'Parts & Trucks Wanted' started by 79Beast, Dec 11, 2002.

  1. 79Beast

    79Beast 1/2 ton status

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    Anyone going from manual to auto with a external balance BBC? I need a flywheel (in useable condition) for a 454 chevy
     
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    I have a 454 flywheel for a standerd, came off of a 76 model 454 engine. Had it turned, used it for about 200 miles, and changed to a automadic. I will take $125 , that includes shiping.
     
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    if that deal dont werk out i have one also.
     
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    And yet another option, you can get a NEW one from GMPD (www.gmpartsdirect.com) for $140...the part number is 3993827

    Chris
     
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    Whether or not it comes from GM, that is what I will probably do. I just wanted to see it I could pick one up for cheap.
     
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    Thanks anyway. For that price I can almost buy a new one.
     
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    How much and how is it on thickness?
     

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