[Healeys] lightened flywheel
eyera3000 at gmail.com
Fri Aug 26 09:06:35 MDT 2016
Tricarb at aol.com is Bill's email. Not sure if he has a
Any parts left to sell. Modifying the flywheel requires precision, I bought
a bj8 flywheel and had it lightened, then sold my bt7 wheel to recover some
of the costs.
Mr. Ira Erbs
1959 Austin Healey 100-6
please forgive odd words and auto corrects as my phone cannot understand
On Aug 26, 2016 5:20 AM, "Mark Fawcett" <m.fawcett at cox.net> wrote:
> Many years ago I purchased a lightened flywheel from Bolt On Healeys. I
> never installed it, but now I think I'm going to. The flywheel I bought was
> for an early 3000. Now I'd like to put a later clutch instead of the 3
> finger style clutch. Can I modify the older flywheel to be able to use the
> later style diaphragm pressure plate? I think I should be able to thread
> bolts into the existing bolt holes then have the head machined flush. Then
> have new bolt holes drilled and tapped. Has anyone done this, or I would
> appreciate any suggestions.
> Or if Bill Bolton is still out there and offering lightened flywheels that
> will take the 9 1/2" pressure plate, I might do that. I haven't been able
> to locate him on line.
> Mark Fawcett
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