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Re: MM UTS Flywheel Markings

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12-17-2012 16:27:01

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Spin the engine over 180 degrees and you should find DC-1-4 stamped on the flywheel. Probably under years of oil and grease if it is anything like mine. I don"t know if the flywheel could be installed 180 degrees off or not, but I wouldn"t think so.

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12-18-2012 05:47:42

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 Re: MM UTS Flywheel Markings in reply to DFZ, 12-17-2012 16:27:01  
You are correct about the DC1-4 markings on the other side of the flywheel. Thank you very much for the clarification.

Do you happen to know anything about how the flywheel on a U302 should be put on (i.e. DC markings lined up on bellhousing when #1 & #4 pistons are TDC or when #2 & #3 are TDC?

Thanks again for all your help.

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12-19-2012 01:16:19

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 Re: MM UTS Flywheel Markings in reply to JWL, 12-18-2012 05:47:42  
I am sure others would know far more than me, I am only familiar with a U. I would assume that the flywheel cannot be installed incorrectly. At worst maybe installed 180degrees off. If you pull the spark plugs you should be able to tell if #1 is coming up to TDC on compression before/when the DC-1-4 mark shows. If the U302 has the large (5"-6"?) opening in the bell housing to the clutch it should have a little notch pointer on the left side closest to the flywheel. Good luck, hopefully somebody that knows a little more about U302s can help you out if you need it.

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