Flywheel Cast Iron 157T 28 Oz. Manual Transmission 260/289/302/351W 1965-1968

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Flywheel Cast Iron 157T 28 Oz. Manual Transmission 260/289/302/351W 1965-1968
Flywheel Cast Iron 157T 28 Oz. Manual Transmission 260/289/302/351W 1965-1968 Flywheel Cast Iron 157T 28 Oz. Manual Transmission 260/289/302/351W 1965-1968 Flywheel Cast Iron 157T 28 Oz. Manual Transmission 260/289/302/351W 1965-1968

Product Description

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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who makes this  flywheel?

Asked by: papa hardee
This is an unbranded part, so it could come from a few different suppliers.
Answered by: CJ Pony Parts
Date published: 2015-07-14

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.

Asked by: kitsapboy
Honestly, we've only tested this part on the Mustang fitments listed. Anything outside of that is untested by our team, so we can't say whether it would or wouldn't work.
Answered by: CJ Pony Parts
Date published: 2015-07-07

will this flywheel come with dowel pins or is there a kit I can buy? also not sure of dowel pin placement. Long story short. I purchased a 1979 mustang with the factory motor but the guy had put a t5 in it with the wrong 50 oz flywheel.

Asked by: Hschwartz206
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