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I have an LS2 that I will be mating to a B.W. Super T10. My initial plan was to use a conversion flywheel that is 0.400" deeper. However I believe my crank is beyond repair from a spun rod bearing.

Sooo… could I get a 1999-2000 LQ4 crankshaft (6.0 truck/suburban engine) that is 0.400" longer and use it with a standard flywheel?

I already need a replacement crank, and so it seems like a good way to save some $$ by going with that crank and then being able to utilize a cheaper standard flywheel.


(Also, I am aware that they offer scatter shields that are 0.400" shorter which are another way of mating an LS engine to an older transmission, but I am not going that route).


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