Flathead 10-1/2 Inch Diaphragm Style Clutch Pressure Plate
10.500" Diameter, 11.625" Bolt Hole Circle
- 10.5" diaphragm-style pressure plate for your flathead V8
- Pressure plate has 6 bolts evenly spaced on a 11-5/8" bolt circle
- Requires the use of a GM style release bearing and a GM transmission
It's getting harder to find flathead Ford clutch components. We can help you resolve this problem with our 10.5" diaphragm-style pressure plate for your flathead V8.
Pressure plate has 6 bolts evenly spaced on a 11-5/8" bolt circle. Requires the use of a GM style release bearing and a GM transmission.
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