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I know this is stupid but Is My flywheel on right?

Its a 65 2.0

I did not remove my flywheel, somone else did. So I was just double checking the instalation process......

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Install piolt bearing into flywheel "crank side".
Install bolt throught fat washer "clutch side", and then throught flywheel into the crank.

Is there anything that goes between the face of flywheel and crank?

And here is a pic before I torque it all down.
Its

I think this is correct, id rather ask a stupid question now rather the shread it.
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Looks just fine.

I've seen people put the fat washer between the flywheel and crank. Now that is NOT fine!
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THANKS TYSON

Hey thanks alot. I was thinking that this was the only logical order. But not having taken it apart I wanted to be sure. I cant wait to get it in the car tomorro... Thanks Agin,
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Heh heh Tyson, It'ss work briefly untill the ring gear wears through the trans. I had one come to be that somehow managed to run that way... for a while...
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... and the final torque is?

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i think

I think it like 106 Ftlbs
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