Ram Clutches 1510-10 55-85 Chevy Light Billet Steel Flywheel-153 Tooth
Chevy Small Block V8, Chevy Big Block V8, 153 Tooth Count, 1.1 SFI Rating, 10.1 lbs. Weight
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These Ram 10 lb. racing flywheels are made of billet steel, not a cast stock piece cut down. Will work with 10.5" B&B or diaphram style pressure plates. These flywheels MUST use a solid hub friction plate (sprung hubs will not clear).
Terms and Policy (PDF)
Note: This flywheel requires very short bolts for mounting, as it is very 'thin' in the center. Use ARP flexplate bolts # 101-2002902.
STREET DUAL DISC, HYDRAULICS, FLYWHEELS, MULTI-DISC CIRCLE TRACK
The above referenced units are strictly factory warranty only.
Units are not to be returned for warranty consideration to Speedway Motors.
EACH OF THESE UNITS ARE TAGGED WITH A FACTORY WARRANTY TAG/LABEL TO CONTACT RAM DIRECTLY FOR WARRANTY REPLACEMENT CONSIDERATION.
Warranty return must be processed with Ram directly and not Speedway Motors.
NotesThis flywheel will work with 10-1/2" B & B or diaphragm style pressure assemblies. Has a 6" cutout on the back side and has 3 cap bolts that overlap on the ring gear.
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