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Flywheel?

Discussion in '1973-1991 K5 Blazer | Truck | Suburban' started by Rockjunkies, May 22, 2002.

  1. Rockjunkies

    Rockjunkies 1/2 ton status

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    Is the flywheel the same for T350 and700R4?
     
  2. Seventy4Blazer

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    not sure. dont see how it could be different. maybe tooth count. but then it is a starter thing. diameter should be the same.

    what i need to know is if i can sandblast my flywheel....

    grant
     
  3. Rockjunkies

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    My concern is the distance between the flywheel and torque converter. It looks like the converter will be pulled 3/8" away from it's fully seated position. It looks about right, just making sure that it won't pull it out to far.
     
  4. 70~K5

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    That's a flexplate not a flywhel. Standard trans use a flywheel. Autos use a flexplate
     
  5. JIM88K5

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    Same...
    471598 is the GM part number. It fits 305-350 up to 1985. After that, 1 piece rr seal. I don't have the current number for that one.
    Jim
     

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