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    A quick google shows that ARP offers it for some of their 12 point bolts. I'm sure you could get 12 point flywheel bolts from them drilled for safety tabs or wire.
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    Just saying it would be an interesting exercise to do them

    If they can be bought off the shelf even better!

    I still stand by my install method I've NEVER had a flywheel come loose ever.

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    Default Re: Flywheel bolts keep backing off...

    Quote Originally Posted by IJ. View Post
    Just saying it would be an interesting exercise to do them

    If they can be bought off the shelf even better!

    I still stand by my install method I've NEVER had a flywheel come loose ever.
    I would think your best bet is to drill between two points rather than on them, as opposed to a 6 point head which goes through the middle of the flat part. Not sure if this is how its done, but again, easier to accomplish.
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    The ARP's I have are flanged so you don't have a lot of room, (At least they're soft enough to drill) while it "could" be done the off the shelf ones would be the better option.

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    Default Re: Flywheel bolts keep backing off...

    I'm renting a welding machine today to weld something onto the two rounded off ARP's that were put in with blue loctite. I've tried so many ways to get these last two bolts out, and they will not budge.


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    Default Re: Flywheel bolts keep backing off...

    thanks or the answers, does that plate really work? I've never seen it? My 1jz never had the PP back off, the 2jz I had was an auto before.... I don't know about the safety wire... I always catch the flywheel as soon as it's loose because I hear it dangling at idle back and forth.

    It's really really pissing me off...

    so you guys do the 35FT LB then 90"?

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    If you noticed most people are saying "Just ram them in there" . Really intelligent responses.

    What fasteners are you using? OEM or ARP? Because ARP bolts have their own torquing sequence different from factory. And the locking plate shown will work with OEM 6 sided bolts, but you could notch it to work with the 12 point ARP's. Tha tshould work.
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    Default Re: Flywheel bolts keep backing off...

    btw is it 3sgte arp bolts that i use or the 4ag bolts for ARP's for 2jz? for a 1jz bell flywheel??

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    Yup use the 3SGTE fW bolts for the 1jz/ 2jz, Thats what I use with Lock Tight. just make sure the threads are cleaned with solvent or brake kleen first.

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