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Thread: Can anyone tell me if this is the single mass flywheel?

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    Default Can anyone tell me if this is the single mass flywheel?

    Went to oreillyauto.com and searched for a flywheel for the 6.2NA Diesel. Came up with a part number nfw1049.




    http://www.oreillyauto.com/site/c/de...eyword=nfw1049

    Is this the single mass flywheel?

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    For that price I'd say it is, the DMF tends to be somewhere around $6-700.
    Phil

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    That picture is of a single mass flywheel and for the $169 price, definately.

    With all the grief associated with the dual mass units, you are best to get a single mass flywheel anyway.

    It is always a good idea if you are building a fresh engine to ballance the rotating assembly with the flywheel and the ballancer in place.

    Most replacement flywheels are fairly close to factory ballance specs and will be OK.


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