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06-16-2008 02:33 PM
nitro_baller4692 1979 and newer are external 1978 and older are internal.79 and newer will be fine
06-16-2008 07:20 AM
getting the correct flywheel

I have a question on a 1989 fuel injected motor. The engine I own is a 460 block ID (D9TE-AB). It is in an 1989 Econoline E350 with an automatic transmission. I want to put a manual flywheeel on this motor. I think in 1989 the engines were balanced EXTERNALLY which leaves me confused on what manual flywheel I can just bolt on and have the engine correctly balanced. Some have told me a ZERO balanced flywheel will work while others say no.I need to know how to have this engine correctly balanced with a manual flywheel. Thanks for any info.

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