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MAC/CMB 45/67/80/84 Flywheels (New)

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Need to freshen up the look of your old CMB/MAC engine?

 

I have a few flywheels. These are the same clear anodized flywheels that where supplied on MAC and CMB engines.

 

CMB/MAC 45 - Available - 10 .... 8 - 45's remaining

 

CMB/ MAC 67/80/84 - Available - 25 .... 23 - remaining

 

All Flywheels $18 each, shipped in the US.

 

Paypal andybrownmac@gmail.com

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Hi Andy:

 

I'm interested in the .67/.80 size flywheels. Will they work with (1980's) Picco P67 & P80 marine engines? They were originally equipped with the heavy black-coated steel flywheels. Would be nice to replace with aluminum (as equipped with later versions). I'm sure you're very familiar with these engines.

 

Do your flywheels include collets?

 

The Picco P67/80 crankshaft front journal dia. = 8.00mm .

 

The stock Picco P67/80 flywheel dimensions:

1. Overall length = 39.87mm/1.57in

2. Overall dia. = 45.79mm/1.802in

3. Rear, inside depth = 19.33mm/.761in

4. Pilot hole, front dia. = 11.00mm/.434in

5. Collet length = 17.86mm/.703in

 

 

 

Thanks,

Dave

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Hi Andy:

 

I'm interested in the .67/.80 size flywheels. Will they work with (1980's) Picco P67 & P80 marine engines? They were originally equipped with the heavy black-coated steel flywheels. Would be nice to replace with aluminum (as equipped with later versions). I'm sure you're very familiar with these engines.

 

Do your flywheels include collets?

 

The Picco P67/80 crankshaft front journal dia. = 8.00mm .

 

The stock Picco P67/80 flywheel dimensions:

1. Overall length = 39.87mm/1.57in

2. Overall dia. = 45.79mm/1.802in

3. Rear, inside depth = 19.33mm/.761in

4. Pilot hole, front dia. = 11.00mm/.434in

5. Collet length = 17.86mm/.703in

 

 

 

Thanks,

Dave

 

The collet is not included, but I can supply for extra $3. It is for 8mm shaft. I am fairly sure the flywheel fits around the Picco case, but I will check the fit and let you know.

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Hi Andy:

 

I'm interested in the .67/.80 size flywheels. Will they work with (1980's) Picco P67 & P80 marine engines? They were originally equipped with the heavy black-coated steel flywheels. Would be nice to replace with aluminum (as equipped with later versions). I'm sure you're very familiar with these engines.

 

Do your flywheels include collets?

 

The Picco P67/80 crankshaft front journal dia. = 8.00mm .

 

The stock Picco P67/80 flywheel dimensions:

1. Overall length = 39.87mm/1.57in

2. Overall dia. = 45.79mm/1.802in

3. Rear, inside depth = 19.33mm/.761in

4. Pilot hole, front dia. = 11.00mm/.434in

5. Collet length = 17.86mm/.703in

 

 

 

Thanks,

Dave

 

The collet is not included, but I can supply for extra $3. It is for 8mm shaft. I am fairly sure the flywheel fits around the Picco case, but I will check the fit and let you know.

Thanks. I'll take:

04-quan Flywheel, .67/.80 ($18.00ea)

04-quan collet, 8.00mm ($03.00ea)

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Total --------------> $84.00USD

 

 

 

Dave

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Neil -- received your paypal and will ship out today.

 

Jeff-- Yes, we still have 67 O rings for the water jacket, price is $3.39 each and shipping first class is $1

 

Thanks

Donna

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Hi Dave,

 

They will work on the Picco case

 

Thanks

Andy

Thanks Andy. I submitted PayPal payment:

03-quan .67/.80 flywheels

03-quan collets (8.00mm crankshaft)

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Total ------> 63.00USD

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Hi Andy

Could I get a 67 size flywheel and collet. Can I also get an oring for a Mac 67 water jacket. Im in Australia so will pm my address to sort out postage.

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