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Old 07-20-2004, 03:16   #1 (permalink)
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5.0 Flexplates

I have run into a little trouble in the build on my motor and I was hoping there were some people out there who hold the answers. Is the Australian Flexplate 164 tooth or 157 tooth and does it use the 50oz counterweight. I need to buy one for the motor I am building for my Fairlane as the long motor didn't come with it btw Ford want over $250 DEALER PRICE for one....
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Old 07-20-2004, 03:28   #2 (permalink)
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157 tooth on my manual flywheel - no idea on counterweight although 50oz does ring a bell for some reason. WTB56 will beable to tell you for sure
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Definatly 157 tooth, with 50 oz imbalance. Good luck
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157 for the manual - what about the autos??????
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Well it would be the same for auto's since they both share the same starter motor
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Old 07-20-2004, 04:18   #6 (permalink)
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Re: 5.0 Flexplates

TCI don't list a 157 tooth 50oz flexplate but the do list a 164 tooth one?????
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Re: 5.0 Flexplates

B&M list both 164 tooth 50 oz for the AODE (82-95) and 157 50oz for the C4(82-95).
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I run a B&M (part number BM50238) on my Auto ED XR8. Cataloge list it as - Ford 1982-95 AOD 302, 351 with 164 tooth ring gear, 11.4 in. bolt circle, 50 in.. oz balance weight.
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Just checked the stock one too and it is 164 tooth.
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Thanks - now I can order mine tommorrow
Stroker motor will be alive and kicking very soon...
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