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Old 10-18-2013, 06:49 PM   #1
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Marlin Crawler Flywheel?

Anyone have any experience with Marlin Crawler's flywheel for the 3.4L they care to share?

Looking to replace a non-stock one that appears to have some bad teeth from the start. Not sure I want to cough up $343 for an OEM one but don't want to do this a 3rd time.
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Anyone have any experience with Marlin Crawler's flywheel for the 3.4L they care to share?

Looking to replace a non-stock one that appears to have some bad teeth from the start. Not sure I want to cough up $343 for an OEM one but don't want to do this a 3rd time.
I talked to them about one when I bought my clutch. Cant remember his name but he told me the OEM is better than the one they sell..
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Guess I'm going to suck it up and pay the big bill.
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Yeah, I got the Marlin clutch kit. Very happy with that. Just whatever stupid flywheel the garage installed does not appear to be up to snuff.

One of those times I wish I had a full shop down in the garage. Could do this in a day or two and save the labor costs.
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Yeah, I got the Marlin clutch kit. Very happy with that. Just whatever stupid flywheel the garage installed does not appear to be up to snuff.

One of those times I wish I had a full shop down in the garage. Could do this in a day or two and save the labor costs.
flywheel the garage installed? or re-surfaced? or not re-surfaced at all?
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Yeah, I got the Marlin clutch kit. Very happy with that. Just whatever stupid flywheel the garage installed does not appear to be up to snuff.

One of those times I wish I had a full shop down in the garage. Could do this in a day or two and save the labor costs.

How big is your garage? You can do it in a garage fairly easily. It helps to have an extra set of hands and a transmission jack, but they are not totally necessary... especially when SteezeMcQueen is involved, LoL.



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