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Hey all, doing a clutch job on GM car and replacing the flywheel. I need new dowels for the new flywheel. Is there a part number anywhere?
 

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It’s a 91 turbo. Apologies.
 

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Think I found it with the help of Ty at TCS

90250-08054

Will update when they show up to give a 100% answer
 

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Just for people who stumble upon here 10 years from now, that is the part number. Picked them up from my local dealer after using the Toyota parts site. $1.58 list price, $1.19 dealer price. You need 3.
 

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You could, I used a 2x4 and a hammer and tapped them in.
Thanks I posted this on my local forum in case it helps anyone.

I put the dowel pins into the flywheel. No idea why they don't come pre-installed. I had to tap them in with a hammer to get them started. Then I could use a clamp to drive them in most of the way. Finally I had to hit them with a hammer to get them to the depth I wanted. I measured my stock 3sge / 5sfe flywheel and got about 10.1mm to mid 11mm for the 3 pins protruding. I put mine to about 11.2mm. Pins are part 90250-08054 for the 3sgte, the non-turbo one is probably the same.

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