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Dual mass flywheel?

Just wondering if any one can tell me if this is a dual mass flywheel or not? If you need more pictures I can take some more. Truck is a 97 f250. Thanks.
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About the only way you're gonna know is to pull it out...Or see if you can find the factory Ford stamping on the clutch cover...If you know this is the original clutch in this truck, then yes, it is a dual-mass flywheel...
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Looks like a dual mass to me If you grab the clutch side can you move it without the flywheel moving or say without the ring gear side moving?
If so then yep it is a dual mass and the stock flywheel in a 97 diesel was a dual mass.

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Yes that is the dual mass.

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