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    hey guys i got my pto today and i cant figure out if its the right one or not. i cant snug it up the the plex plate. maybe i got the wrong one? proly me i dont really know what I am doing. whats the difference between a flywheel and a flexplate pto?

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    Flex Plate is alot thinner then a flywheel, so the PTO for a flex plate has a register machined into it so that it can make up for the thickness difference, The flange of the crankshaft sticks out further using a flex plate and it fits into that machined area.

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    thanlks for the help man I took it to a machine shop it was for a flywheel! made it work though.

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