Speedway 1932-48 Ford Flathead V8 Steel Flywheel
35.1 lbs. Weight
- Flywheels are made from premium steel to ensure long life and durability
- Compatible with early 1932-1948 engines
- Feature a curved back design, 35.1 lbs
- Will accept 10" and 10.5" Ford (Long-style) and 10.5" Borg & Beck Diaphragm pressure plates’
- The 1932-1948 style crank is 2-3/8" from crank to ring gear
It's getting harder to find usable Flathead flywheels and clutch components. We offer you these new steel flywheels for early 1932-1948 engines. These flywheels have a curved back. Weighs 35.1 lbs.
Will accept 10" and 10.5" Ford (Long-style) and 10.5" Borg & Beck Diaphram pressure plates.
T-5 and Adapter Tech Tips (Link)
ApplicationThis flywheel is drilled to accept pressure plates with these bolt pattern:
- 3 groups of two with 3 1/8" center to center on 11-1/2" bolt circle
- 3 groups of two with 3 3/8" center to center on 12-1/2" bolt circle
- Also has 6 individual evenly spaced on 11-3/4" bolt circle
- Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
Q & A
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