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I called around the area and no one would turn my stock flywheel. Places I have previously used said they didn't do it anymore. So I did a trade in at an auto parts store for what they said is a reconditioned stock piece.

But now that I've taken a look at it, it just doesn't look as beefy. However, its the same thickness, ...clean, and no Ford markings of course. On my stock flywheel, there were multiple holes for mounting the clutch and it's probably designed for multiple applications. However, on the reconditioned piece, you only have the holes for the alignment pins and the 6 holes to mount the clutch.

Does anyone else have just these holes on their stock Ford flywheel?

Should I trust it behind my 347? I don't want to test my Lakewood bellhousing...

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I would have them prove to you first of all that it is within allowable thickness. they should have the SPEC book on hand. Verify that is the correct balance for your motor also.
 
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