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post #1 of 8 Old 05-22-2020, 08:51 PM Thread Starter
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Hello there, just getting around to putting my new flywheel in my 304. Got a new clutch as well while I'm in there. Now I was just wondering if someone could help me out on torque spec for the flywheel to the crank and torque spec for the clutch to the flywheel? It's a 73' CJ5 304

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Side note....the transmission I'm working with is a T15 correct? 8 bolts on top is what I've heard to be the give away? Seems to be in the ballpark of 9 1/2" long. I know the T15's are teamed with the v8's from 72 - 75. I just don't see the right casting numbers to identify it as a T15. Or is it a T150? Picture attached.

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According to my 76 FSM, flywheel to crank is 105 ft lbs. Clutch to flywheel is 40 ft lbs.


Edit: Not sure if it applies to your year, but my FSM also says that the T-150 was used in CJ models, and T-15 in cherokees/wagoneers. Looking at the crude drawings in the manual, it looks like the T-150 illustrations compared to the T-15

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Thanks Ljameson. I've been getting anything from 100 to 110 for the flywheel but as for the clutch to the flywheel those ones you gave me are the first specs I've seen. Appreciate it.
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No problem. If you need any info from the manual, I can scan it and send it over your way.

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Yeah I'm starting to get the assumption that it is a T150 by looking at the Novak website and comparing
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Thanks Ljameson. This info should help me out a lot. If you have the time, yeah send a scanned document my way so I can reference it
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The T-15 was standard in 72-75 CJ-5s with the 304 engine but the OP's pic looks like a T-150.
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Yeah 80cj I'm the second owner of this cj and obviously there was some swapping going on with the previous owner. Looking at the Novak website certainly seems to me it's a t150. I think the length of the transmission tells all because the t15 and t150 both have 8 bolts on top of the trans I've read
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