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Flexplate

Hi All

Surfing the net and stumbled across a unusual thing..
The Holden 308 flexplate.
Is it a 10" 153 tooth plate?
Or
Is it a 10" 158 tooth plate?
(AT Racing sells this)
http://www.ebay.com....
Can someone explain this please
Regards
Kevin

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Please explain. Only thing that needs explaining Pauline, "AT Racing", enough said.............
Google "AT Racing" for a complete understanding.

Cheers
Keith

Holden is 153 tooth.

Keith's advice is good.

Cheers
David

aka hq308belmont

www.hq308.com

My Shed

one of my customers bought a flexplate, against my advice, his quote: "how could they possibly stuff one of them up"

upon arrival, the ring gear was welded to the plate with what looked like no filler material added to each weld, hence every weld was cracked through BEFORE EVEN REMOVING IT FROM THE BOX!!

it did look pretty with the cadmium plating though!

might get a few starts from it before it breaks off the ring gear i guess... lol!!

he had his mate mig it up before sending it with his stuff to be balanced.

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