Cummins, Caterpillar and Detroit S60 Flywheel Housings & Flywheels
The flywheel housing encases the flywheel assembly and provides substantial support for the engine and transmission. Premium grade alloy is used (without reclamation) in permanent mold dies and machined by CNC machining centres. The housing must be sufficiently strong to carry the load and torque reaction and requires ‘dialing in’ to ensure a true fit and correct alignment. It’s lightweight construction affords good strength-to-weight ratio which is pertinent for lighter tare weights. Some castings are multi drilled for vertical and tilt applications. Timing covers available for NT & N14 Cummins engines.
Flywheels are produced from a sliced billet or gravity poured and precisely machined to engineers drawings. Drillings and threadings as per specification to match the clutch cover or intermediate ring. Flywheel types include flat, pot, lugged for intermediate plate and some multi drilled for two clutch diameters. The finished flywheel is finely balanced and ready for installation.
Crank seals, housing gasket, wear sleeves (for earlier models) and flywheel bolts to complement repairs.
Flywheels and/or Housings
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