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    Default Wanted: V drive flywheel cover

    I need a flywheel cover (or bell housing) for a Cole Flatbottom. I have the driveline tube and probably the right adapter ring to go on a "Trimetric" or similar flywheel cover.

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    I don't have one. What engine is the cover for?

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    have a nice polished bbc bellhousing off my old race boat. also have solid lenco driveline, button and cover. call me if interested, thanks, greg.

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    i guess i better leave my number. 951-265-7681.

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    Trimetric style looks like this. I do not believe they are motor specific.
    This is from my Cole Tr1. I need one for my Cole Tr2.




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    bump

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fiat48 View Post
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    Bob,i cut one out of .090 Aluminum and never welded it up .Thought it would work good .It was a idea i had

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    Somebody has got to have one kicking around. Don't want to make one if I can help it.

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    Hey Bob.. Will one of these work for you.... I'm sure Joe is tired of kicking that one on the left around........

    Last edited by Sangster; 06-27-2008 at 10:16 PM.

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    We have these too.. These are Fiberglass Flywheel Covers with hub for BBC.. Will accept a 5" driveline tube

    Last edited by Sangster; 06-28-2008 at 09:18 AM.

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    Hey Mike, those are pretty cool.

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    The kevlar ones with hubs & driveline cover weigh in at... Maybe 3 lbs.....
    The Black one is Fiberglass maybe 4 lbs.

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    is there any need for these pieces to be strong? Seems like if the flexplate/flywheel comes apart the fiberglass or kevlar might come apart? Please school me if I am wrong.

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