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jaime74tii posted a WTB in the parts section and I posted the question if there was a difference. Is a M10 crank a M10 crank or was there differences through the years ? Good question .

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The early cranks were drilled with 6 holes for the flywheel I think they went to the 8 hole crank in 69, anyway all 8 hole cranks are the same beautiful piece of forged and hardened German steel.

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CD, I's startin' to be worried 'bout your sanity!

heh heh

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1665200 or thereabouts. That also produced a change in the clutch pressure plate and T/O bearing (coil spring to diaphragm) and the pedal box. This was just after the change from "1st series" 69s to "2nd series" 69's at 1664761. I have one of those 450 or so cars that fall into that category; if you do, those clutch pressure plates are getting hard to find...

mike

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This was just after the change from "1st series" 69s to "2nd series" 69's at 1664761. I have one of those 450 or so cars that fall into that category; if you do, those clutch pressure plates are getting hard to find...

When my friend Jeff owned the white and green car he had to go through the clutch and flywheel set up. That car uses a 1600 6 bolt crank and aluminum flywheel. Well, the clutch never could hold that screamer motor. Of course he couldn't get a sport pressure plate for a 6 bolt fly wheel. He contacted Centerforce and they rebuilt the original pressure plate with stiffer springs, built a carbon kevlar disc, and milled in a spot for a steel plate in the flywheel. If I remember correctly, it wasn't that much ether. Maybe something to think about for us (My original (to me) motor is a 6 bolt but not orig to my car) with 6 bolters laying around.

John

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