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Cars > Metalmikejr’s Garage > “93 to 53 beast” > Albums > Flywheel > View Photo


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From album Flywheel by Metalmikejr
Heres the middle. I pulled it off just like this. How does this happen?
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SP33D1N’s Profile Photo
Nov 21, 2010 at 3:50 pm
wow, definitely looks like a bad install job and just plain old GM wear and tear. if that was the stock flywheel then it was already due for replacement a few thousand miles ago. like the others said red lock tight and make sure your torque is correct. make sure you dont crossthread! lol.
twhotrod1968’s Profile Photo
Nov 21, 2010 at 5:29 am
looks like it got jammed when it was installed dude
Bradnick’s Profile Photo
Nov 20, 2010 at 11:20 pm
The GM Diesels were notorious for this to happen. I had it happen in a 6.1 liter Delta 88 Diesel 2 years ago. The transmission shops it talked to said it happens, no reason. 4 hour repair.
CorvairJim’s Profile Photo
Nov 20, 2010 at 10:53 pm
Looking at the wear around the bolt hole at the 3 o'clock position in the photo, I'd say that bolt (and maybe others as well) wasn't torqued properly and worked it's way loose. that would put the flywheel under a lot of stress and set up vibrations that would eventually weaken it.
dodgeboyz’s Profile Photo
Nov 20, 2010 at 7:18 pm
mike i believe at one time this flywheel was stuck or jammed and someone tried to turn the engine over while it was stuck and fractured the center part of this flywheel.

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