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Omix-ADA Flywheel Assembly (1987 4.2L Jeep Wrangler YJ)

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  • Item J12241
  • MPN# 16912.05

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    Features & Details

    • Flywheel
    • AMC/Chrysler Quality
    • Weight: 26.6 Pounds
    • 2 Inches Thick
    • 14.5 Inches in Diameter
    • Steel Construction
    • Non-Interchangeable Friction Surface
    • Manufacturer 5-Year Limited Warranty
    • For Use on Externally-Balanced Engines
    • Note: This Product is NOT SFI-Approved!
    • 164 Starter Ring Gear Teeth
    • Fits 1987 4.2L Wrangler YJs with a Manual Transmission
    Specs. When reworking a vehicle's clutch, the flywheel should be resurfaced or replaced to ensure a proper mating surface for the clutch disc. Omix-ADA reproduces a factory-quality flywheel that will fit your 1987 4.2L YJ's crankshaft properly, making clutch jobs much easier. By having a proper clutch friction surface, you can make sure that your clutch gets your Wrangler through that trail or down the road with no issue. This is protected for 5 years by a manufacturer limited warranty.

    Application. This Omix-ADA Flywheel Assembly is designed to fit on the 1987 Wrangler YJ equipped with a 4.2L engine and a manual transmission.

    Fitment: 1987 Details

    CA Residents: Warning: California's Proposition 65

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    • (1) Flywheel
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