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Flywheel run out

TK's9d2TSi

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I picked up a used oe flywheel and had it machined with correct step height. Bolted it up and torqued. Set up a dial indicator and this is what I am seeing. What are your thoughts?

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I have runout of .004 and the thread below says .005 is the limit. Is that accurate?

 
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pauleyman

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I would want to remove it and check the mating surfaces again. Even just a tiny bit of grit or rust right at the base may put in some runout at the friction surface
 

TK's9d2TSi

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Cincinnati, Ohio
I would want to remove it and check the mating surfaces again. Even just a tiny bit of grit or rust right at the base may put in some runout at the friction surface
Both are clean. I even carefully took a razor to the crank to remove the old thread lock.
 
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