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Need Flywheel bolt pattern diameter...

can someone measure off a small block chevy ..the diameter between the flywheel bolts... doesn't need to be spot on but close if poss.

just measure straight across between two bolts hole center as pictured ..

I'll be thankin ya!.. close is fine

seems like the pre 85 flange pattern is larger than the post 85=86.. can anyone conirm that?

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According to Scoggin-Dickey's website, the old pattern is 3.58", and the new one is 3.00".
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