NO, THAT'S COMPLETELY WRONG !!Jim G said:Yes.
And as well it's not fully correct that it would have an 8 hole flywheel pattern, as late cranks do not have 8 holes any more.But you will have to use the 8 bolt flywheel.
No, not fully correct.and if its a bosch injected motor it won't have the pick ups for the bellhousing sensors
While your answer is generally correct, mine was directed at gt601, who lives Louisville, Kentucky. Since 116 series 1750's were never imported to the US, it is unlikely that gt601 has that model crankshaft.Late ones from 116 models do share the same flange like 2 liters and are only recognizable by the different radius shown in the pictures above.
Thanks Alfajay, I have a buddy who destroyed a crankshaft with loose flywheel bolts by driving it.While your answer is generally correct, mine was directed at gt601, who lives Louisville, Kentucky. Since 116 series 1750's were never imported to the US, it is unlikely that gt601 has that model crankshaft.
Still available? Need it for a euro 1975 GTV block (515 code, 6 bolt). I managed to completely fry a race engine with hot driving on a hot day on low oil. Pls pm price. If you have a shop and a web site pls advise link.If you still need a crank I have an extra.
I'm in Nevada USA so not TOO far from a port.
Not terribly valuable, make an offer.
In excellent condition.
Can add a pic if you still need it.