Flywheel Cast Iron 164T 28 Oz. Manual Transmission 302/351W/351C 1969-1973

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Flywheel Cast Iron 164T 28 Oz. Manual Transmission 302/351W/351C 1969-1973

Product Description

Cast Iron 164 Tooth Flywheel for 1969-1973 Mustangs with 302, 351W and 351C Engines and Manual Transmissions.

Flywheel Specifications:
- Ring gear: 164 Tooth
- Cranks bolts: 6 bolt
- 28 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.

*Will only work with a diaphragm style clutch.
*Will NOT work with CK2 which is a 3 finger style clutch.

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Would this work with a T5 as a replacement for a 157 10.5"? im doing a 351 swap in my fox

Asked by: keaton194
This may not fit your bellhousing.
Answered by: rk cjpp
Date published: 2015-11-17

Do they have a counter weight

Asked by: Angry
Yes, they are balanced at 28 ounces.
Answered by: CJPP Dave
Date published: 2015-10-30

Will this fit a 1979 mercury capri with original 302 in it

Asked by: capri02
No, the 1979 Capri is closer in design to the 1979 Mustang, so you're likely going to want to seek out those parts - they have a much better shot of fitting.
Answered by: CJ Pony Parts
Date published: 2015-09-15

Will this work on a 347 stroker small block ford

Asked by: sissy23_1978
Possibly, but since that's outside of the fitments listed, we haven't tested it, so we can't say for sure either way.
Answered by: CJ Pony Parts
Date published: 2015-04-27

Is this for a 11" clutch

Asked by: Jeff 351c
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