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Thread: BBC Aluminum flywheels - neutrally balanced

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    BBC Aluminum flywheels - neutrally balanced

    Any interest. I have two 168 tooth nice shape with ring gears. Will post pics and manufacturer tomorrow.
    Cross threading is much better than loctite.

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    Brand and how old plus price when you get a chance THANKS ?
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    Running up shortly to get pics. Not new but nice shape.
    Tks John.
    Cross threading is much better than loctite.

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    I am pretty certain they are findanza. They are very nice shape. I just pulled off the shelf for pics. Quick cleaning would look near new. 225.00 each shipped or 400.00 shipped for the pair.
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    Cross threading is much better than loctite.

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    might step up too
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    Thanks I checked it out later in the afternoon yesterday. I understand you had to get pics and check them out. Nothing was showing still so I had no info for my customer at that time. He bought from Jegs online because he is in hurry for parts. Thanks and sorry about that.
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    No worries. I'd just like to see go to good use and recover some of the monies spent. Weight is 12 pds plus/misus. Tks and sorry I didn't have all info prior to listing.

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    Cross threading is much better than loctite.

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    Cross threading is much better than loctite.


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