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post #1 of 6 Old 01-02-2014, 11:34 AM Thread Starter
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ford zf6 flywheel

im in the middle of a auto to zf6 swap on my ford 6.0 and was wondering if anyone had a flywheel out of a for 6.0 zf6 that they could give me a measurement on trying to figure a few things out and need to know the diameter of the flywheel thanks kyle
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You should post how you did it n what all was needed, maybe some pics? Not many threads on here about the 6.0 auto to manual swap. As for.a.stock flywheel. My friend has one. I'll measure width, depth, radius an inter diameter of the bearing

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any help would be greatly appreciated I have tons of info on the swap I learned a lot from it. As far as posting how I did it I never thought about it but now that you mention it after I complete it I will do a write up on how I did it and what to watch for when doing the swap
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I'll see if I can get over there tomorrow an get dimensions. Your using all zf6 components with a special clutch?

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ya I actually completely rebuilt the zf6 new bearing synchros everything if any ones interested in that I could do a write up on that as well
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Definitely a write up on the zf6... I'm curious as to if you kept the auto harness, or swapped instrument cluster, steering column as well.

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