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Hi,
Sorry I forgot to give the Numbers in the previous post!!
#3789733 with a date code of A 2 8. I'm not sure but i think i removed it from a 68 corvette many many years ago.
Thanks for any help.

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I found a thread on a corvette forumcorvetteforum and it sounds correct. Your date code translates to Jan 2 , 1968 (I think)
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Hi,
Sorry I forgot to give the Numbers in the previous post!!
#3789733 with a date code of A 2 8. I'm not sure but i think i removed it from a 68 corvette many many years ago.
Thanks for any help.
#3789733 A 2 8, should be a big block manual trans flywheel from January 2 1968. JMO



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#3789733 A 2 8, should be a big block manual trans flywheel from January 2 1968. JMO



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Actually, it will fit a neutral balance small block (265-350, but not the external balance 400) also, since all Big Block Chevys (366/396/427) were neutral balance until the 1970 intoduction of the external balance 454.

Its just an 11" clutch nuetral balance flywheel, fits SBC and BBC except the external balance engines.
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Good call Eric, good to see you my friend.



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Hi,
Sorry I forgot to give the Numbers in the previous post!!
#3789733 with a date code of A 2 8. I'm not sure but i think i removed it from a 68 corvette many many years ago.
Thanks for any help.
The casting number is in your earlier post- what does this flywheel fit?
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I found a thread on a corvette forumcorvetteforum and it sounds correct. Your date code translates to Jan 2 , 1968 (I think)
Thanks for the info!
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The casting number is in your earlier post- what does this flywheel fit?
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