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Posted by gravityforce, May 30, 2003
Drivetrain Tech - 4G63 transmission, clutch, flywheel, driveshaft, gears, differentials, transfer case, shifter, etc.
I decided to go ahead and install the flywheel after asking bout 10 knowledgable people .
For nonferrous materials, Zyglow is a similar method for surface cracks. Then there's eddy current testing, and dye-penetrant, X-ray and ultrasonic.
Someone needs to post some pics of what happens when the flywheel lets go...
You may want to turn off the... um... "music".
I'm wth you, I don't know where they're getting machinists these days. I'd never be able to get a flywheel back from any of the guys I've hired unless it was spring-daisy fresh. They'd never let it out of their shop.
Just a thought though.