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Old 08-23-2013, 02:09 PM   #1
Sparkiewalt
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Default 351 Cleveland Fly wheel teeth?? Can I tell from the starter??

I have a 1973 Mustang Grande. It has a 351 Cleveland 2V engine. I am not sure if it is the original motor or not. I need to know how to tell how many teeth my fly wheel has, hopefully without removing the transmission. Can I count the teeth on the starter and tell?? Or is there some other way to tell?? I do not know what transmission I have either, it is an automatic 3 speed.
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