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Is there a way to find out if I have a 6 or 8 bolt flywheel without pulling the tranny? It's a 2001 GT, any help is appreciated. I know this is kind of a dumb question but I wasn't sure if there was a specific year that it changed.
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2001 GT Vortech Supercharged
- To many mods to list.
- I put out fires.
Yes 99-01.5 are windsors and have 8 bolt cranks. They are still cast cranks like the 6 bolt. 99% of the time a mustang with a T45 has a windsor engine in the 99-01 cars. Thats why you check for what tranny you have.
Im Only resurrecting this thread to let everyone know that I have a Windsor with a 6 bolt crank. Long story short I ordered an 8 bolt for my 99 and when I went to put on the flywheel obviously didn't bolt on so.
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