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I have ford f350 with 5.8l windsor motor. my problem is that the flywheel is grinding on the starter i think the bellhousing is bent causing the flywheel to grind if so how can this be a easy fix and

I have install new flywheel 3 starters the flywheel was match up correctly thats what makes me think its the bellhousing

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May be you put the flywheel backward (some are offset) or wrong part number starter,nose cone off starter missmatch

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