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6.2/6.5 flywheel?

Discussion in '1982-Present GM Diesel' started by botboy, Sep 7, 2005.

  1. botboy

    botboy 1/2 ton status

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    I've got a lead on a 6.5 MFI diesel (non-turbo..for now!). I want to put this in a chevy C60 I have, but I'm not getting a transmission with it. I'm looking at a 5-speed OD manual from an '80's Chev C65, and I need to know what I need as far as a flywheel.

    1) I've been told a 6.2/6.5 has a different bolt pattern from a SBC, so I take it the flywheel that came off of an SM420 in a '67 C30 I parted out a while ago won't bolt to the 6.5 crank?
    2) are the 6.2 and 6.5 crank patterns the same?
    3) are the flywheels between a 6.2/6.5 with an SM465 and NV4500 the same?
    4) anybody have a manual 6.5 flywheel FS?
     
  2. rugger03

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    -6.2/6.5 have the same bolt patterns as a SBC.

    -6.2 6.5 crank patterns are the same

    -can't answer your other questions
     
  3. kennyw

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    You can not run a SBC flywheel on a 6.2/6.5 though because the weights are different. Don't really know how to answer any of your other questions though...
     
  4. Steve_87K5

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    I got my flywheel from local dealer. GM has a fix kit to replace what was
    called the dual mass flywheel (it was trouble). Kit includes the flywheel
    and pressure plate . The kit price was better than buying
    the flywheel and pressure plate seperately. You'll need to check, because I bought it in 1999.

    flywheel, 1 piece non DMF 12556799 (139 tooth casting #14050525N)
    pilot bearing 14061685 (needle bearings)
    bolts, flywheel 10085215 (might be for 1 bolt only, can't remember)

    DMF eliminator kit 15029428 (2pcs, flywheel,PP and disk **)

    Disk by itself 15029430 (10 spline 1.25" center)

    ** can't remember for sure if disk is in the kit or not.
     

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