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Flywheel for 89 Chevy 350?

Can I use an older flywheel on a newer motor? I have a few older flywheels and would like to be able to use one instead of buying a new one. Motor is an 89 Chevy 350 with one piece rear main seal. Do I need an adapter or can I bolt one right up? Thanks for any help.

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hi

should bolt right up
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Can I use an older flywheel on a newer motor? I have a few older flywheels and would like to be able to use one instead of buying a new one. Motor is an 89 Chevy 350 with one piece rear main seal. Do I need an adapter or can I bolt one right up? Thanks for any help.

the one piece rear seal 350 cid motor uses a smaller bolt pattern on the crank shaft as i recall ....... than the early 2 piece rear main seal engines.
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NO you cannot use a old flywheel on a newer 350 or visa versa for one the bolt pattern is completely different and two the 89 has an external balance and the old will be neutral balance.

You will need to buy the proper flywheel for your engine
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Hey SHAD it just so happens i have 2 of the external balanced flywheels for the motor your looking for. If your interested pm me maybe we can work out a trade or something.
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