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hello i have a 1967 289 that i want to mate a 1990 5 speed that was behind a 300 6 what fly wheel do i need and what clutch do i need, wheres the best place to buy the parts, thanks dave

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as far as flywheel order the factory flywheel for a 67 289 they should be a 28oz imbalance and the input shaft should be the same 10 spline so you should be able to use a factory clutch as far as engaging the clutch you are probably going to have to use the f150 stuff which i think is hydraulic or maybe you can source all the linkages and make them work on that trans
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thank you , thats what i did the flywheel bolts up jest find, but the clutch cover doesent,the three allinment pins on the fly wheel are ok but the bolt holes are off ? any help would be apperishated. thanks Dave
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You need the clutch cover that matches to your in if you have the correct 67 flywheel you need a 67 clutch cover..The aftermarket clutch guys can help you with that piece..

I have tried most all of it and now do what is known to work..
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