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465 flywheel/clutch ?

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by lamberthkp, Feb 27, 2006.

  1. lamberthkp

    lamberthkp SITFU Premium Member

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    on the 18th of next month im putting my 465/205 in my blazer.
    the tranny is the 10splin out of a 79 ,1ton i think. it is going in a 89blazer with tbi350 just wondering what size flywheel and clutch i needed to buy for this i did'nt know if i need one for 89 or 79 or what? any help would be great thanks ,Keenan
     
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    I think the clutch is the same for either one. Only difference being mech over hydraulic.
     
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    You will need the truck type flywheel that has 168 tooth count and it must be for a one-piece rear main seal style crank pattern.
    Tom
     
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    Yup what he said. Cant use the old style flywheel from the two piece main seal engines.
    The good news is I went to Advance Auto and they had one on the shelf for right around a hundred bucks. :waytogo:
     
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    awsome thanks , so if i just buy the clutch that matches the flywheel im good right? :D for the hydro setup that is.
     
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    yes, should be 12", and make sure the spine count of the disk matches the input shaft
     
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    Some parts houses might list the 12" clutch as an 11-7/8" but do not woory - it is the same animal.
    Tom
     
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    lamberthkp SITFU Premium Member

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    good to go! just wanted to make sure of everything before i bought it and put everything in and dont work, or run into a problem. THANKS for the help should make everything much easier for me. :D
     
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    If you have a little extra money for the clutch, go with a 12" Luk pro gold. Best clutch I have ever used by far.
     
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    ya i need a really good clutch should have plenty of cash for all of it.
    i'll go check it out .thanks
     

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