|Subject:||RE: hummer super 10 flywheel clearance||Date:||Sun Jul 13 09:24:30 2014|
Here's an idea. I went out and did some checking. Measuring an 1948-51 stepped pin, the width (of the stepped center) measures .507" , A NOS 48-51 rod (big end) measures .497" wide. That leaves .010" endplay between the rod and flywheel. About the same as a EL or WL (.006 -.010) If your Super 10 flywheels are from a 1960 model, press the flywheels together and leave .010 between the rod and flywheel, true them up, then measure the gap between the 2 wheel castings. If your flywheels are from a 61 Super 10, the crank pin is also stepped. You can only press them together until the pin's shoulder presses against the wheel. Press a set together and true them and measure the gap between the 2 wheels.|
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HELLO, IM LOOKING FOR THE CLEARANCE BETWEEN THE FLYWHEELS FOR A 1961 SUPER 10? I HAVE AND (MADE) ALL THE REST OF THE TOOLS BUT NEED TO KNOW WHAT THE PROPER MEASUREMENT IS IN BETWEEN THE FLY WHEELS WHERE I CAN MAKE THAT TOOL AND WONT BE GUESSING. THANK YOU IN ADVANCE. NUKL47.