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My local speed shops can't do this without the crank. Has anybody done this? I bought a late model flywheel hoping to save a few bucks on the C-4 to T-5 swap.

'68 Coupe, 289, C4, 3.40 gears, GT-40P heads, TCI Streetfighter stall convertor.
 

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Don't do it! I don't think that trying to rebalance a manual trans flywheel is a good idea at all. Try to find an aftermarket flywheel for your application , OR, relace the crank and balancer with it to ensure the correct balancing

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I just sold one on ebay for 90 bucks, the guy that bought it thought it was for a 5.0. If you want, I could
contact him and see if he wants to sell it (289 28oz flywheel). Email me if your interested..

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BillGear

1966 Mustang Coupe, 302 custom roller cam, holley 650dp,http://www.289mustang.com
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I will probably end up buying the Ford Racing billet flywheel. It can handle the 10-1/2" clutch with bolt holes in the correct location and locating pins. Thanks for the offer though.

'68 Coupe, 289, C4, 3.40 gears, GT-40P heads, TCI Streetfighter stall convertor.
 
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