How do I remove the flywheel on my 1963 Chevrolet c10? There are no bolts that hold it on is it pressed on?

Asked by May 16, 2018 at 06:38 PM about the 1963 Chevrolet C/K 10 Standard

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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110,105

Photo?

116,285

They are not pressed on, they are bolted on. Unless someone has modded the engine or a different engine has been put in the rig. A picture would be nice.

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110,105

Welded? Who know what kind of kludging has been done over the years?

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Here is the photo I have others if you would like to take a look at those also

I have more

116,285

What does the crankshaft end look like?

110,105

Your first photo is the clutch disk. Remove that and you will see the flywheel bolts. Apparently it is stuck on. Wack it with a hammer!

The clutch should just slide off if I hit it with a hammer?

Thank you guys this is my first time taking the clutch flywheel and bellhousing off of my truck. I'm only 16 and was a little confuzed at certain parts. Thanks

110,105

You should not have to hit it hard. Start with a tap. Use a block of wood if you think you are going to use it again. It looks like it is worn down to one rivet so I think it is time for a new one. Have the flywheel resurfaced too and good luck!

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