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Old 03-15-2003, 11:47 AM
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Hi this is my first post hope it's no too long.I have a 1979 F-150 4x4 with a 351 Modified in it. I would be sticking a "hotter-cammed" 351 Cleveland in it except for flywheel problems... cannot locate 351C flywheel. Please direct me to the nearest cliff or directory. Thank you.

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Standard or automatic trans? And if A/T, what model.
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I have a manual transmission. I am hoping that a flywheel off of a 302 will be ok (balance-wise) on a 351 Cleveland.
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I just did some looking in the MPC (Master Parts Catalog) and a service replaacement flywheel for the 351C 4V is D7TZ 6375-C. Go to the 302 in the CAR and then to the LIGHT TRUCK section and it is also calling for a D7TZ 6375-C (BRONCO-FAIRLANE POLICE-PICKUP). So a certain 302 flywheel will interchange according to FORD so the CLEVELAND must have the same imbalance as the early 302.

It gives casting I.D.'s of C7TE-A and D7TE-GA even though I am sure there are more but not listed in the service parts catalog.

So as long as you have the same diameter and ring gear count they should be interchangeable.

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<a href="http://www.mrgasket.com/haysindex.html" target="_blank">-Hays Clutches-</a>
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