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I want to get my flywheel for my 67 Duetto resurfaced, I know the proper way to grind a stepped flywheel like what is on Alfas is to take the same amount off the clutch face as the step were the pressure plate mounts to, in order to keep the original depth of the clutch surface thus the preload on the pressure plate remans the same.

I have multiple flywheels in the barn and the distance between the clutch face and the pressure plate face are all different, some of them very up to .030 !
Can someone provide me with what the original dimensions of the flywheel were?
 

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That's the hydraulic clutch flywheel, I think. Mechanical clutch flywheel has a ridge outside of the attachment surface. .088" is the right dimension for hydraulic clutch.
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what do you mean with driveshaft drawing? here you have a manual regarding the driveshaft and rear axle, hoop its usefull
Thanks a lot.

Have you got Driveshaft drawing? I don't have old and I forced to make new from market
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