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    Question 6.2 flywheel help

    does anybody happen to know if there are any differences between years? the transmission came out of a 80-84, but the motor is from a '91
    I'm going with the mechanical clutch just to be different. well that and less hoses to keep track of.. any other info would be great

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    Could you use autozone or some other site to check part numbers and cross reference Dan?
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    6.2 flywheels are all the same. The part numbers are even the same on the late model 6.5 that went away from the dual mass flywheel.
    Mine: 2002 DA CC SB 12k winch, PPE Hot + 2 et level 9, full transgo,alto C-2's, edelbrock lift pump and big cat prefilter,nictane filter adapter with another big cat filter, Grizzly Yukon Locker, C&M flatbed with two custom fuel tanks by me, Cepek fun Country II on 16x8 polished ultra wheels ASE Master Tech,
    Hers: 2001 DA CC SB PPE standard level 3, all the tranny can handle

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    I've been getting mixed info on this one. some say there different and other say there the same. I was hoping somebody had better info

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    I am giving you the better info. I have owned lots of 6.2's with my first one being a 1983 that I bought in 85. I was one of the pioneers to put a 6.5 in place of a 6.2 in 1994 as well as swap a nvg 4500 behind a 6.2 and then behind a 6.5. The list goes on and on, I have forgot more about 6.2's than most people know. I am here to share 26 years of experience with gm diesels and along with owning my own 4x4 shop for 7 years, I am also an ASE Master tech. I am here to make life easy for you, pick my brain, if I don't know the answer, I will tell you.
    Mine: 2002 DA CC SB 12k winch, PPE Hot + 2 et level 9, full transgo,alto C-2's, edelbrock lift pump and big cat prefilter,nictane filter adapter with another big cat filter, Grizzly Yukon Locker, C&M flatbed with two custom fuel tanks by me, Cepek fun Country II on 16x8 polished ultra wheels ASE Master Tech,
    Hers: 2001 DA CC SB PPE standard level 3, all the tranny can handle

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    I gotta ask. what's the difference between the gas flywheel and the diesel version?

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    The balance.
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    I knew there was a reason but do you think I could remember what. thanks AK

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    6.2/6.5 are externally balanced engines. The harmonic balancer and flywheel both have large balance pads and flex plates have a large chunk of steel welded to them for balance. One thing I didn't mention before, there was a light duty flywheel that was used in front of the early light duty overdrive transmission. I honestly can't comment on this flywheel because I have never seen one, but I have heard that it is much lighter than the heavy duty version.
    Mine: 2002 DA CC SB 12k winch, PPE Hot + 2 et level 9, full transgo,alto C-2's, edelbrock lift pump and big cat prefilter,nictane filter adapter with another big cat filter, Grizzly Yukon Locker, C&M flatbed with two custom fuel tanks by me, Cepek fun Country II on 16x8 polished ultra wheels ASE Master Tech,
    Hers: 2001 DA CC SB PPE standard level 3, all the tranny can handle

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    Light duty??? what's that???):h

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    2 more questions for all of ya. Is it bettor or does it matter to get a matched flywheel/clutch(set) or is it just as easy to the individuality? and is there any companies to recommend one way or the other?

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    I've never seen a matched set with a flywheel usually just disc and pressure plate. If starting from scratch I'd go with a matched pp and disc.
    96 gmc k2500 4" exhaust, marine inj, #9 resistor, GL4, turbomaster, duraterms,-1.94 TDCO,FTB, remote pmd, isspro pillar gauges, lift pump relay added ,141 block, 2 1000 w block heaters, 2 150w glue on oilpan heaters, 2 150w glue on transpan heaters, 97 K47 air filter , IP replaced at 229k ,gear drive set awaiting install, Parts for intercooler waiting to be installed

    94 k1500 excab sb 6.5 plow truck. Fisher plow w/engine driven pump, F intake, h/m turbomaster, plowing chip by Buddy, remote PMD w#9 resistor, Duraterms

    96 k3500 CC 6.5 dually
    94 k2500 excab lb 6.5 parts truck
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    the company I was looking at is called Fil-mor automotive and clutch. I gotta support somebody in North America so it's a possibility.

    Fil-Mor Automotive & Clutch Products Ltd.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ak diesel driver View Post
    I've never seen a matched set with a flywheel usually just disc and pressure plate. If starting from scratch I'd go with a matched pp and disc.

    your right. I reread it and it the matched PP and disc. still the way I'll try to go

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    The last 6.2 clutch set that I bought was from Napa. I bought it to use in a 1983 sm465 one ton with a 350 gasser. The reason I used the diesel clutch, it because it has the torque hub in the disc that makes for smoother take offs. This clutch set was pretty cheap, only 130.00, included pressure plate and disc and throw out bearing. This clutch worked fine, but it was made in china. I bought a couple of late model 6.5 clutches and a new flywheel from 1999 engines from penninsular diesel, this is how I verified the part numbers from early 6.2 flywheels to late 6.5 flywheel, they were the same. The clutch disc on this application was different than the earlier discs, but appeared interchangable. The friction material was narrower so that effectively you would have more psi on the disc for more holding power. I believe 6.2 flywheels are available from the major auto parts companies like autozone and rock auto. The heavy duty flywheels were only used with the sm465 and the limited nvg 4500's. I would specify the sm 465 however to make sure that someone doesn't try to sell you a dual mass flywheel from an early 6.5 (totally different animal, pos)
    Mine: 2002 DA CC SB 12k winch, PPE Hot + 2 et level 9, full transgo,alto C-2's, edelbrock lift pump and big cat prefilter,nictane filter adapter with another big cat filter, Grizzly Yukon Locker, C&M flatbed with two custom fuel tanks by me, Cepek fun Country II on 16x8 polished ultra wheels ASE Master Tech,
    Hers: 2001 DA CC SB PPE standard level 3, all the tranny can handle

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