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Hello. Im new here and need advice on my older chevy.

Im installing an 1988-1990 nv3500 behind my 4.3 in my 1994 c1500 and have flywheel questions. I need a flywheel that will work. My truck is stock and has a 4l60e and I want to be able to keep my original starter. I have no idea on the tooth count of the current starter and flexplate. The 4l60e is out but im going to rebuild it with a level 4 kit from bulldog transmissions. This is the second time its going to have to be rebuilt. went out with 183k original miles and just wwnt out in August with 233k on the odometer. Im going to eventualy put it back into my 1500 but for now I need a transmission so I got the nv3500 for 125$. I plan on building a buggy of sorts and plan on using the manual trans for it somehow or put it in another vehicle. Any advice on my flywheel issue will be appreciated. Thanks

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