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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 02-10-2010, 02:46 PM Thread Starter
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WTB '79 up flywheel

Need one for an EFI, externally balanced, plan to run a 12" clutch. Let me know what you have.


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i have one. i am not super interested in getting rid of it. if you strike out finding another, i would make you a deal on it.



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I'll keep that in mind, thanks


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I got one its been drilled for a twelve inch chevy plate.989-429-0831
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Still looking for one if somebody has one laying around.


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I have a new Flywheel laying around was gonna use on a boat project I am not sure if its in or ext balance
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