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Old 04-26-2004, 03:47 AM
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168 tooth flywheel in 200R4?

I'm doing an S10 V-8 conversion and want to use a 200R4. I need the 168 tooth flywheel for the starter to clear the headers. The flywheel clears, but just barely. Can anyone tell me if this is a bad idea? Thanks in advance;
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If the torque converter bolts to the 168 tooth flexplate, then you shouldn't have another worry with this set-up.
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Thanks for the reply. I have the torque converter bolted up just fine, and with a minium od shaving, there should be no interference! Itt'l be close, but it won't rub! I really want to run this 4 speed over the 350!
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You could run a mini starter to gain clearance.
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A mini starter sounds like a possible solution. I've never heard of one. Do you know where I can find one?
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A mini starter sounds like a possible solution. I've never heard of one. Do you know where I can find one?
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============ www.summitracing.com

www.jegs.com

a couple of places to start ( GRIN ) looking for a mini starter
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