The 64 tooth, 50 oz, flywheels didn't come out until like 1986. So shop for that date and up to find one.
Thank you for your reply.why have you changed your initial answer? Do I have to change the pinion of the starter of the engine? or will it be compatible?So if your thinking I'm currently not good flywheel that is on my car??
We figured it out. The car has a 289 and the 164 touth flywheel has a 11.5 inch bolt pattern so we found at what torque converter he needs.
Ford 289-351C-351M-400M 0 oz. 11.5" bolt pattern, 164 tooth
Flexplate features a 11.5-inch bolt Pattern & 164-tooth ring gear.
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