C3OE - 6380B is the engineering part number.
That should be the original flywheel from the Tiger with 28.2 oz-in
unbalance.(unbalance is how the FORD Motorsport catalog describes it.)
FORD part numbers for 260 V8;
flywheel and starter ring 160 teeth C4OZ-6375-A
Starter ring 160 teeth C2OZ-6384-A
Clutch disc C3OZ-7550-A
Pressure plate C2OZ-7563-D
This series of parts continued to 1981 and the 302 engine, the part
numbers do get updated and superceded. When I bought a clutch and pressure
plate the part numbers were C7ZZ. Any FORD dealer should be able to refer
to these numbers.
1981 and later, the unbalance changes to 50 oz-in. I believe the
clutch and pressure plate will fit either flywheel, but I'm not sure.
The clutch disc should be the 10.5" type. I suggest you check out
the Centerforce product line. Many Tiger owners are installing the
diaphragm pressure plate and the duel friction disc. I will be looking at
Centerforce parts, when and if I need to replace the clutch on my Tiger.
Hope this helps
From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Thursday, August 17, 2000 7:10 AM
Subject: Clutch Help
Still no help on this clutch problem, can anyone help??
Can any of you tell me what pressure plate I need to fit this 302 flywheel?
>The flywheel is in Zimbabwe being balanced with the crank. The guy there
measured and says the clutch disk looks like 10.25" diameter? He says the
distance between the pressure plate bolt holes is 11.25" if this helps. I do
recall that the flywheel has 160 teeth on the ring gear and is part number
C30E-6380B (Please confirm the starter will fit this.)