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CARQUEST Clutch New Flywheel

Part No. 50-136 Warranty Details  

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Flywheel hot spots can cause chatter. Resurfacing a flywheel doesn't always remove hot spots. The flywheel may look shiny and pretty, but the hot spots will often still be there. Service the System by replacing the flywheel and the clutch set at the same time. All flywheels come with a new ring gear.
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Bolt Hole Quantity:6
Diameter:11.615
Tooth Quantity:115

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CARQUEST ClutchNew Flywheel
 
4.5

(based on 2 reviews)

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5.0

Well made with a nice finish

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from Mt Airy, MD

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Comments about CARQUEST Clutch New Flywheel:

After pulling the trans/transfer case out of a friend's son's PU I found the flywheel had hot spots & scoring from the friction disc (as I suspected it would). I was going to have it machined, but our local store could have a new one here the next day without the hassle of driving 30 minutes each way 2X to the machine shop. Besides, the flywheel bolts are stretch bolts (a Dealer item) & the Factory Service Manual states to replace the bolts & these wouldn't be here until the following day anyway. I was a Tech for 40 years & a lot of our bolts like head, flywheel & camshaft bolts were stretch bolts & you could reuse them as long as the shank diameter was GREATER THAN a specific measurement, meaning they hadn't undergone too much stretching. I could find NO reference to this in the FSM "so better safe than sorry".
The one unknown was whether the flywheel came with the starter ring gear or not. Well, IT DID come with the ring gear which made for an easier swap out.

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4.0

Very reasonable price

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from Middle of Nowhere, Virginia

Pros

  • Durable
  • Fairly inexpensive

Cons

  • Rough casting marks

Best Uses

  • Everyday Driving
  • Replacement

Comments about CARQUEST Clutch New Flywheel:

Toyota uses a stepped flywheel in this application, which makes machining at least twice as expensive; the friction surface must be ground flat, then the step must be cut at a calculated dimension to retain the proper step height. Essentially, this new flywheel is the same price as the machine work, without the hassle of dropping it off, retrieving it, and measuring the step to make sure they did it right. The new flywheel has a fairly rough casting texture on non-machined surfaces, but this is probably a petty gripe.

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