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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 01-25-2007, 10:04 PM Thread Starter
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cheapest place to get a flywheel

Im gonna be needing one, after looking at mine about 3 of my springs on it are just loosely "sitting there" ford wants $1400 for one, Im gonna run mine back in and run it for a while, it was running fine like that.... anyone know where I could get one for less? 94 5speed

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post #2 of 7 (permalink) Old 01-25-2007, 11:02 PM
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Get a single mass flywheel from "dial a clutch.com" and ditch that dual mass. New flywheel and clutch will run around 600 bucks.

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any benefits??? my clutch and flywheel are practically new, would it work with a single mass flywheel?

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Got to have a new clutch with the single mass flywheel. On the dual the dampning springs are in the flywheel. With a single you have to have a clutch disc with dampning springs.

Alot better clutch and cheaper.

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Definitley go with the single mass flywheel. I did it about 2 years ago and I love it. Mine is a Luk. It came with flywheel, clutch, preassure plate, throw out bearing, and all the bolts to install. If I remember right it ran about $740. It is well worth the money.

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I am running a luk solid flywheel too and get along good with it.

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ok cool.... I am seeing some kits on ebay, but i will get something quality the first of the month.... thanks guys

'01, DRW, Cummins HO, 6spd, hrvp44, holley black, fbd 150hp injectors, edge juice w/ attitude, 4" magnaflow exhaust, Bullseye Power s362 turbo, BHAF, Valair Clutch
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