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question on S-SC flywheel.

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dick benson

03-04-2015 18:18:10

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I'm putting my flywheel and clutch back on rebuilt engine. I can't really see where the flywheel fits any certain position? Looks like it will fit the bolt pattern anyway I want to position it? Only thing I can think of is to have the #1 cyl at top dead center and set the flywheel mark on side where plug would be to check timing. Any one got any ideas. Dick, OR.

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03-05-2015 10:39:51

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 Re: question on S-SC flywheel. in reply to dick benson, 03-04-2015 18:18:10  
I put punch marks on the F.W. and crank before I take it off , those things are too heavy to mess with !

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Christopher Mikesell

03-04-2015 20:24:50

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 Re: question on S-SC flywheel. in reply to dick benson, 03-04-2015 18:18:10  
One stud is offset slightly so that the flywheel will only fit on one way. Just don't try to force it, and all will work out well.

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dick benson

03-04-2015 20:39:36

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 Re: question on S-SC flywheel. in reply to Christopher Mikesell, 03-04-2015 20:24:50  
It did go on with out forcing it. I just got to thinking whether it was in right position? Dick

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03-05-2015 06:45:00

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 Re: question on S-SC flywheel. in reply to dick benson, 03-04-2015 20:39:36  
Your luck must be a WHOLE LOT different than mine. Mine ALWAYS fit in the 6th position tried. When I plug a 2 prong grinder, drill, etc. in an outlet I ALWAYS have to turn it over to get it to fit!

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03-04-2015 18:39:02

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 Re: question on S-SC flywheel. in reply to dick benson, 03-04-2015 18:18:10  
Been a while, but as I remember the holes look equally spaced but are actually slightly different. We all know how memories go - bad.

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