Lightweight flywheels, U20

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timurf
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Lightweight flywheels, U20

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Greetings all. While the motor is out getting all powdered up for next season I was thinking 'man it would be nice not having to lift that heavy flywheel back onto the crank again.'

Wondering if any of you have one for sale / know of reliable sources for one / know someone lightening stock flywheels.
Jeebus H Christ here comes the corner!!
Murf
NomadTrash
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Post by NomadTrash »

I've got a 10 pound aluminum flywheel with a briefly used clutch disk for sale
for $350 plus shipping. It may need surfacing but was working fine when I
pulled it out of the car.
I've also got an aluminum fuel pump blockoff plate for $25 plus shipping.
I've got lots of other parts too.

Photos here:
http://community.webshots.com/album/268087048iebOth/5

They will be off to EBAY shortly.

Thanks,
Andy Cost

1968 Datsun Roadster "Bucephalus"
E-Mod 68

Bolt on modification? I used some bolts.

[img]http://i28.photobucket.com/albums/c238/nomadtrash/P1011487trimresize-1.jpg[/img]
timurf
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Alum. flywheel

Post by timurf »

Sorry for the belated reply (gotta check the forum more often.) It looks to be the kind with the removable steel insert, correct?

Anyway wondering if you still have it or if it ended up on Evil Bay already...
Jeebus H Christ here comes the corner!!
Murf
NomadTrash
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Post by NomadTrash »

Still got it.
Andy Cost

1968 Datsun Roadster "Bucephalus"
E-Mod 68

Bolt on modification? I used some bolts.

[img]http://i28.photobucket.com/albums/c238/nomadtrash/P1011487trimresize-1.jpg[/img]
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