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My '01 VIN coded an 8 bolt (Winsor) and was a 6 once I got in there. This would seem to be consistant with your post, but originally replaced it on a Sunday, so had to re-install the original flywheel with new clutch. It was in good shape and have since replaced it with a billet flywheel when I did my T-56 swap.
im real confused now. How can I tell whether I have a Windsor or Romeo?
You may want to check out this American Muscle Website. When the website opens up, scroll down and click on Mustang Flywheels, then scroll down again to review your application. From what's posted, it appears that you have an 8 bolt hole pattern. However, you will never know what you will find until you remove the trans. Hope this helps. Good luck, Tommy.
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