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83' 240 starter/flywheel standstill 200 1983

Art wrote"I keep thinking about when I had the bottom end of a B23F in my face and trying to imagine if it were at all possible for a thrust bearing to disintegrate such that the flex plate and ring gear won't stay put axially. Nah."
I don't know what the problem is here but since you wrote about the thrust bearing I have to relate a story about a car I turned down. A young friend had purchased a 740 and brought it to me for various repairs. Later on he was looking to move on and offered it to me at a reasonable price. I gave it a thorough look over and found it now had a front seal leak. What I found with further checking I could hardly believe -- I could push the the entire crank back and forth what seemed like more than a quarter inch and with that, turned down the offer. -- Dave






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