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3 speed clutch/flywheel options #1268990
Wed Jun 13 2018 04:56 PM
Wed Jun 13 2018 04:56 PM
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rew2resto  Offline OP
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1964 c-10. Removed the six and installing a 1994 350. I'd like to retain the original 3 speed column shift for now. I know its 168 teeth and came with a 10 inch clutch. Is there room to upsize (ex. bell housing clearance) and if so, any preferences on a clutch/flywheel combo that will match up to the V-8? Thanks so much!

Re: 3 speed clutch/flywheel options [Re: rew2resto] #1269058
Thu Jun 14 2018 03:03 PM
Thu Jun 14 2018 03:03 PM
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V-8 trucks of that era would have had an 11" clutch and used the same bellhousing as the 6 cyl. Since you will need a different flywheel for the later engine as it has a different size bolt pattern on the mounting flange, purchase one that uses the 11" clutch. Get a clutch kit for the year of the truck with a V-8.
Fred


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