Flywheel help

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rickyday33
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Flywheel help

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Hey guys,

My dad has a type 3 case engine engine code AS41(?) We have just tried installing it in his van. the bus has the original gearbox. The flywheel seemed to be too big. I have read through some old posts and Laurie Petit stated that engines with the AS code have a 215mm flywheel. Could I just fit a 200mm flywheel?

thanks :D

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anyone?

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yep 8)
torque it up though, and would be worth throwin in a new seal + O ring while you're at it :wink:

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Ignore as 41 and all that. The engine number should start with AS not the part number. Chances are you have a 12 volt flywheel that you are trying to fit into a 6 volt bell housing. Its a case of grinding it out for the flywheel and fitting a 12 volt starter. Any probs, the number is at the bottom.
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Laurie Pettitt wrote:Ignore as 41 and all that. The engine number should start with AS not the part number. Chances are you have a 12 volt flywheel that you are trying to fit into a 6 volt bell housing. Its a case of grinding it out for the flywheel and fitting a 12 volt starter. Any probs, the number is at the bottom.
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thanks guys, will get the grinder out!!!

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