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Are you having problems with your dual mass flywheel?  Some General Motors and Ford Pickup Trucks with Diesel engines are equipped with a dual mass flywheel. By design, the dual mass flywheels acts as a shock dampener during the overstressing power stroke. When the clutch wears, the flywheel wears. They need to be replaced together... with a High Quality, American-made dual mass flywheel (see technical note ). You can save over 50% off you dealers cost when you purchase one of our OEM Flywheel replacements. We have them ready to ship.


On Ford applications, a dual-mass flywheel can be resurfaced by removing the bolts and separating the primary and secondary flywheels. Ford recommends using new bolts when the flywheel is reassembled.

Conventional one-piece flywheels are available to replace the more expensive dual-mass flywheels on some applications such as 7.3L Ford and 6.5L GM diesel trucks. The solid flywheels do not use the same clutch as the original, and some are designed for a larger diameter clutch to beef up the torque capacity of the drivetrain. A solid flywheel won?t provide the same smoothness or vibration dampening characteristics of a dual-mass flywheel, but they are more reliable and affordable.

The application guide is as follows:

Model

Make

Description

Recommended Clutch Kit

Clutch Kit Cost

Dual Mass Flywheel part number

Flywheel Cost

Cost when you purchase set

1992-95 Chevrolet 6.5 LTR. (397") Diesel MU70054-1

$196.99

50-167395

$839.99

$985.65

1987-1/2 Ford 6.9 LTR Diesel MU2000-1

$179.29

50-167329

$839.99

$968.88

1988-94 Ford 7.3 LTR (455*) Diesel MU2000-1

$179.29

50-167330

$839.99

$968.88

1988-94 Ford 7.3 LTR (445*) Diesel MU2000-1 Solid Disc Hub if you need Spring Hub Disc order MU2000-1A

$179.29

50-167330

$839.99

$968.88

1993-94 Ford 7.3 LTR Turbo Diesel - F250 & F350 Series Indirect Fuel injection only MU3000-1

$257.97

50-167708

$839.99

$1043.53

1993-94 Ford 7.3 LTR Turbo Diesel - F450 Super Duty Indirect Fuel injection only MU3000-1

$257.97

50-167708

$839.99

$1043.53

1988-91 Ford 12" Upgrade Kit MU3000-1DK      

$1015.95

1994-96 Ford 7.3 LTR Turbo Diesel - F250 & F350 Series Direct Fuel injection only MU4000-1

$299.99

50-167750

$893.53

$1133.83

1994-96 Ford 7.3 LTR Turbo Diesel - F450 Super Duty Direct Fuel injection only MU4000-1

$299.99

50-167750

$893.53

$1133.83

1995-98 Ford 7.3 LTR Turbo Diesel Direct Injection F250, F350, F350HD MU4000-1

$299.99

50-167750

$893.53

$1133.83

1995-98 Ford 7.3 LTR Turbo Diesel Direct Injection F450 MU4000-1A $335.79

50-167750

$893.53

$1167.87


Dual Mass Replacement Kit


Tired of replacing your Dual Mass Flywheel, we now are offering a new kit that includes our high performance clutch assembly, matched disk, pressure plate, T/O bearing, pilot bearing. The kit also includes new flywheel. The following kits are available for all 7.3 direct injection Ford PowerStrokes model years 1991 - 1998.
1994-1998 Ford 7.3 LTR Turbo Diesel Direct Injection F250, F350, F350HD EXP07-154   LFW-140  

$898.47

1991-1993 Ford 7.3 LTR Turbo Diesel Direct Injection F250 EXP07-131   LFW-127  

$898.47

A replacement is available for the Chevrolet 6.5 diesel
1994 Chevy 6.5 Ltr. diesel EXP04-163   LFW-126  

$810.69

1996-1997 Chevy/GMC 6.5 Ltr. diesel EXP04-154   LFW-126  

$810.69

Note: Chevy/GMC 6.5 Ltr. diesel 4wd requires new dampner between transmission and transfer case when converting to solid flywheel. Order part number NV16823 your cost $239.59

DUAL-MASS FLYWHEELS
With dual-mass flywheels, resurfacing is not recommended on BMW, General Motors or Porsche. If a dual-mass flywheel on one of these vehicles is worn, it must be replaced.

On Ford applications, a dual-mass flywheel can be resurfaced by removing the bolts and separating the primary and secondary flywheels. Ford recommends using new bolts when the flywheel is reassembled.

Conventional one-piece flywheels are available to replace the more expensive dual-mass flywheels on some applications such as 7.3L Ford and 6.5L GM diesel trucks. The solid flywheels do not use the same clutch as the original, and some are designed for a larger diameter clutch to beef up the torque capacity of the drivetrain. A solid flywheel won?t provide the same smoothness or vibration dampening characteristics of a dual-mass flywheel, but they are more reliable and affordable.


In addition to Dualmass flywheels for your Chevrolet and Ford trucks we offer free technical support to assist you in solving your automotive problems as well as a large list of the following products to improve your vehicles performance, safety, economy and apperance:

 
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