Hello again! A few of you helped me out in an earlier post where I was having some starter issues and while under the car I noticed at least one broken tooth on my flywheel.
I will have to wait until I get home to check the part number on the starter I have, but at pepboys I used 2000 Tahoe, Auto tranny 5.7Liter. I had assumed the starter was for a 168 tooth flywheel since it used the staggered bolt pattern and was for an auto tranny.
*Can anyone verify if 2000 Tahoes described come with 153 tooth flywheels?
Also, since It looks like I will be replacing the flywheel can I get some guidance on what I should be shopping for? This is not a racing car and I think as long as its externaly balanced, 168 tooth, small block chevy it should work. Right?
I just want to be sure I purchase the correct flywheel and I havent had any experience in this area
You really need to know how your engine was built before you purchase the flywheel. It could be either internal or external balance. If you dont know for sure you need to remove your existing flywheel, see if there are any numbers on it, and try to get the same thing.
Advanced Automotive Machine
1971 Chevelle "Heavy Chevy" original owner
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