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Old 02-26-2006, 07:25 PM
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chevy bellhousing and flywheel

I want to know what these go to? beelhousing#1 3840383#2 3849309 flywheel #1 3789788 #2 3973456. any information on these will be very helpful. thank you

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3840383, Cross references. Lookie HERE.
3849309, Nova, 10.5" clutch. Also crosses to another number, see link above.
3789788, no record found. I can't even cross reference this.
3973456, FLYWHEEL, no other records found. No cross reference for this either.
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The 383 is for a 6cyl 1963-1967 chevyII
the 309 is for a 8cyl 1963-1967 chevyII

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Chevy Bellhousings

Thanks For The Info. Someone Told Me These Wrer For A 409.thats What The Trans I Have Came With So I Was Wondering If The Flywheels Might Be For My 409.
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Did 348's & 409's use the same flywheels as the small-blocks?
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From what I searched for, I found that the 348 and 409 were internally balanced like most of the Chevy engines, and they have the same crankshaft bolt pattern as the later engines, and the same bellhousing pattern as the later engines also.

So, yes the later stuff will work on the 348 and 409. Same as all straight 6's and Chevy built 200, 229, and 262 V-6's too. All of these physically interchange with each other.
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