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I did a google search and didn't find what I wanted. All I could find were aftermarket flywheels.

Picture of a stock 7m flywheel with a tape measure from the center to the outter teeth. I pretty much need to know the radius.

Thank you in advance.
 

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Rough measurement is 11 and 5/8 Diameter.

If you need a more accurate measurement let me know, It is sitting on the bench beside me lol
 

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Rough measurement is 11 and 5/8 Diameter.

If you need a more accurate measurement let me know, It is sitting on the bench beside me lol
A picture would be best.

I want to see if it will fit on the brake lathe we have at work instead of having to take it to a machine shop.
 

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ive never not seen one fit on a brake lathe unless ur missin adapters or have some odd lathe it will fit. BUT i warn u that puts a directional finish on the flywheel and is not recomended
 

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Yeah the finish won't be that exceptional but I guess it'll get you by. Be sure you take equal amounts off each surface as well.

If you've turned your supra front rotors on it then likely the flywheel will fit.

No tape measure though.

 

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Thanks.

I've cut my rotors on there before.

I need to know how much distance there is in the marks I made:

 
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