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I still have my stock dual-mass flywheel. Is there a local machine shop that can check and surface it? I am covering all of my options. Thanks.
 

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Toyota do not require having them turned but I've broken a few rules and put it to the test, and so far All of them seem to hold up with zero issues.

Check your PM?
 

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You Do Not want to have your run of the mill machine shop machining the V160's flywheel.

Send the flywheel to Southbend they have a special rig to do the V160's flywheel.
 

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You Do Not want to have your run of the mill machine shop machining the V160's flywheel.

Send the flywheel to Southbend they have a special rig to do the V160's flywheel.
Is this machine shop in Southbend Indiana? Just want to be sure before I call. Thanks.
 

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Toyota do not require having them turned but I've broken a few rules and put it to the test, and so far All of them seem to hold up with zero issues.

Check your PM?
I have about 90k on the original flywheel. The garage said that it appeared to have been turned once. It may be that all I have is a lump of steel now.

How did you put it to the test?
 

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I think zum means south bend clutch

South Bend Clutch, Inc.
709 W. Jefferson Blvd.
Mishawaka, IN 46545

800-988-4345
574-256-5064
574-256-2568 Fax
 
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