Cast Iron 157 Tooth Flywheel for 1965-1968 Mustangs with Small Block Engines and Manual Transmissions.Flywheel Specifications:
- Ring gear: 157 Tooth
- Weight: 21.5 lbs.
- Cranks bolts: 6 bolt
- 28 Oz. balance
- Has 10" diaphragm clutch pattern
*Will not work with 164 tooth large style bell-housings or engine configurations using a 0 or 50 Oz. balance.
Tech Tip: If you have a 1965-1966 Mustang with an original 160 tooth flexplate/flywheel the 157 tooth can be used as a replacement as long as you have a 10.5 in bolt circle and are using the "small" bellhousing. The small bellhousing is typically aluminum, the larger 164 tooth is typically cast iron. The 164 tooth flexplate/flywheel can NOT be used as replacement for the 160.
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I have a 1967 289 mustang engine mating to a t5 trans(1987 W.C.).It has a 160 tooth flywheel.will this flywheel work?Do I need to change to 157? will starter work with either?
hi, do you know if this flywheel will fit with a t5 tranny? I see it has a 10" clutch bolt pattern.
Will this work with a 200 cid manual transmission?
Is this flywheel suitable for 64 1/2 mustang with stock 289, 4 speed and bellhousing stamp # c3aa-6394-c which I think is aluminum ?
I have a 1962 mercury meteor I need a flywheel it had a 260 three speed on the tree it came up missing I'm putting in a 66 289 can you help
What h glance works with this flywheel?
who makes this flywheel?
Will this work on a 1964 260? I believe I have 3 of these in my garage, I have a 64 Fairlane Sports Coupe (missing it's 289 Challenger).I plan to put a 1964 260 from a 64 Comet in it's place. I have the "small" C3AA 6394 bell. I also have the 164 tooth.
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