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Old 05-26-2007, 09:56 AM   #1
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Default where can I get a 1.8 flywheel today between OKcity and Dallas?

Vatozone = morons
at least oreilly didn't tell me they could get it, then order it, and tell me they were wrong and get get it 5 days later.
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Old 05-26-2007, 10:40 PM   #2
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http://www.partsamerica.com/ProductL...+%2f+Flexplate

If it wasn't already on my car I'd say it is too good to be true. Mine even came with a clutch disk, so now I have a spare. They have a different price in the stores, so print out the website and they will match the price.
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thanks, but I don't have a ******* core.
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I didn't either, but it turns out they don't know the difference between a 1.6 and 1.8 flywheel. The core charge was $40, so you can still walk out with a freshly surfaced flywheel for about $80.
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I bought a 1.6L flywheel from Advance Auto Parts. They were able to get it the next day with no core needed. and it was hella cheap, like $50. I did see that they supposedly carried 1.8L flywheels as well. Give 'em a call.
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miata technologies?

Trackdog racing?


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I know em both, and neither has a flywheel atm.

I just picked one up though.


The 1.6 flywheel is much easier to obtain. I tried all the big parts chains, and no one can helpme.
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