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Old 23rd-May-2011, 11:07 AM   #1
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Heavy Duty Inline 250 Flexplate?

Looking for a heavy duty flexplate for a inline 250 will a small block 350 work? I think the stock 250 has the 153 tooth flexplate.
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Looking for a heavy duty flexplate for a inline 250 will a small block 350 work? I think the stock 250 has the 153 tooth flexplate.
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the 350 HD 153 tooth unit will work

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Great! Thanks for the quick response. I take it I should be looking for the internal balanced one correct?
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Any non-400 sbc 153 tooth flexplate for a two piece rear main will work.
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Great! Thanks for the quick response. I take it I should be looking for the internal balanced one correct?
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PRE 1985 350

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