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Your Balanced Engine - Special Note

    People often ask, "Now that we have had you balance our complete engine as a married unit, how do I get a new pressure plate or flywheel that is properly balanced the same way as my old one?" First, a flywheel would rarely have to be replaced. However, it can be duplicated as described for the pressure plate. The pressure plate, however, will more than likely need to be replaced in 70,000 miles or so. What I did was to put my old pressure plate on a "dummy" crank and flywheel. Then balance the crank and flywheel to match my pressure plate. Next, I removed my old pressure plate and installed the new pressure plate and balanced it. Further, we can usually match up any item we have sold or balanced and there is usually some way to perform your needs, just ask.


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