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I found a flywheel in my misc. parts pile (my boy needs one for his build) and I want to make sure it is a 50oz for a 5.0.
C6ZE6380A 6J14

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Mike M.
 

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I could be wrong but from 60's-80's that number would indicate a '66 (C6...) part, maybe they changed their part numbering order?
Here is what I found on a guys SCCA site that states the same thing (paraphrased):
"The first character of the prefix indicates the decade of design, starting with "A" =1940's, B =1950's, C =1960's. The second character is the year, "C5" would be 1965, "F4" would be 1994. F4ZZ-6E086-A would equate to F4 = 1994, the third character Z = Mustang, the fourth character Z = Ford Parts and Services.
http://www.wantabe.com/hdrace/dfrdpt.htm
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It's a mid 60's flywheel. probably a 28 oz balance. It is also probably drilled for a Long style pressure plate. Count the ring gear teeth. 164 teeth is usually a long style, and will not fit in a T5 type bell housing.

Added: If you need a late model 50 oz flywheel, I have an extra. Just pay shipping and it's yours. I'm away on business right now, and can get it out to you when I get home.

[ November 10, 2004, 11:10 AM: Message edited by: J Persons ]
 

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BTW

I just checked and the one I have has 157 teeth ????

Mike
 
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