Clutchmasters vs AASCO Flywheel

Old 02-11-2019, 01:23 AM
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Clutchmasters vs AASCO Flywheel

It is largely assumed that the CM and AASCO flywheels are the same, but I confirmed it by looking today. Comparing my dinged up AASCO on the left with the CM on the right, they are identical with the same part numbers.

The interesting thing is that they're not just from the same factory. Clutchmasters bought branded AASCO flywheels and machined off the AASCO logo lol.
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Old 02-11-2019, 06:50 AM
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Nice catch.
lol, when one looks at the FX400: 08028-HDC6-A single disc clutch kit on their website, first thing that comes to mind is - Is that an AASCO flywheel??

That second set of numbers under the AASCO part # may be a 'date code'?

Just an FYI, if you are not aware already, is that AASCO, according to fsttyms1 (post #8 & #9 on thread below), has a service that 'rebuilds' their LWFW's.

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