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Old 04-01-2019, 07:37 PM
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I bought the FM happy meal clutch kit for my 1.6 but I need a 1.8 flywheel to make it work and I can't find it online or at any auto parts stores anywhere. Does anybody know where they sell them or will I just have to pull one from the junkyard?
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Junk yard is a decent source, I saw a guy with a couple on eBay a while back. Mazda has them too. I have a 16# or so one I don't want anymore, not OEM.
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Post in the WTB section, I'm sure people have stock 1.8 flywheels who upgraded theirs.
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Originally Posted by borka View Post
Post in the WTB section, I'm sure people have stock 1.8 flywheels who upgraded theirs.

This. I'd help op out but i threw 3 in the trash when i moved. Seemed easier than moving them and selling for scrap value later.
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I have one (soon to be two), what is your location, i don't know if it'd be worthwhile to mail it, it weighs a bit...
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Originally Posted by Marioshi View Post
I have one (soon to be two), what is your location, i don't know if it'd be worthwhile to mail it, it weighs a bit...
thank you sir for your offer! But I am just going to go pull one from a local junkyard on my next day off.
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thank you sir for your offer! But I am just going to go pull one from a local junkyard on my next day off.
Pull as in a u pull it yourself yard like lkq?

I would gladly pay shipping + small cost for flywheel than spend all day at a junk yard pulling off a transmission on a junk car.
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I was about to say. I have a stock 1.8 flywheel sitting on my shelf for $10 plus shipping it is yours. Let me see if I have a box I can use.
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Originally Posted by andym View Post
I was about to say. I have a stock 1.8 flywheel sitting on my shelf for $10 plus shipping it is yours. Let me see if I have a box I can use.
Might even fit in a flat rate box.
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Originally Posted by andym View Post
I was about to say. I have a stock 1.8 flywheel sitting on my shelf for $10 plus shipping it is yours. Let me see if I have a box I can use.
Let me know if OP doesn't want it, I be interested if shipping isn't abysmal
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Originally Posted by Marioshi View Post
I have one (soon to be two), what is your location, i don't know if it'd be worthwhile to mail it, it weighs a bit...
Where are you located?
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Originally Posted by DNMakinson View Post
Where are you located?
Sacramento CA
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Originally Posted by WigglingWaffles View Post
Let me know if OP doesn't want it, I be interested if shipping isn't abysmal
For some reason I didnít get notified that I was quoted. Will investigate cost of shipping.
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Originally Posted by ridethecliche View Post
Might even fit in a flat rate box.
It should—the $20 large flat rate boxes are 12x12x5.5 inches. The 1.8 ring gear OD is said to be 11.4 inches, so wrapping a couple layers of cardboard around the teeth (so the teeth don't chew their way out of the box) should still fit.
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