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  • Clutch / Torque Converter: Aluminum Flywheel Identification

    I have an aluminum flywheel that I was told fits a Studebaker 6 cylinder. It is marked 133 tooth and it similar size to a V8 flywheel. Does anyone know what this would fit?

    Thanks,
    Nick
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  • #2
    133 tooth ring gear would be for an early V8 with six volt system.
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    • #3
      AH, there they are; I wondered why there weren't any pictures for a question like this. I have one of those hanging on the wall of my shop, it makes a great wall hanging!
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      • #4
        Early speed parts? Cool!
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        • #5
          Now that I just bought a new Fidanza aluminum flywheel, here come two out of the woodwork.

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          • #6
            Now that I just bought a new Fidanza aluminum flywheel, here come two out of the woodwork.

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            jack vines
            PackardV8

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Dwain G. View Post
              133 tooth ring gear would be for an early V8 with six volt system.
              Thank you!

              I also bought a Fidanza recently so I really don't have a need for this one.

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