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Resurfacing flywheel

I'm putting a project together and got a flywheel with the muncie I bought. I want to get it resurfaced but am not sure where to go. I called my local NAPA store and they were no help. I also checked O'reillys website and there is no O'reilly's with a machine shop within 100 miles of me. I'm in a NW suburb of Chicago, so I thought it would be easy to find someone. Any help? Thanks

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Most any Machine Shop can resurface it. An Automotive Machine Shop would be best, as they're already setup to do them.
Many Parts Stores have stopped all machining, even Drums/Rotors. Only one that does Drums/Rotors where I live is Oreilly's, none do Flywheels.
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Try to find a shop with a dedicated flywheel grinder. A lathe-mounted job won't do the job properly. Better yet, ask the shop if they use diamond-based grinding stones.


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