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  • Flywheel/flexplate to crank bolt pattern?

    I have been doing a ton of reading on this subject. Would the Flywheel/flexplate to crank bolt pattern be the same from an 89 S10 2.8L to a 2002 Pontiac Grand Am 3.4L? This will be going into a dune buggy that already has a toasted 2.8L engine in it. There is a custom made flywheel and adapter plate already there. I've read that they are the same and that they are not. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in Advance!!

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    They are the same. The pattern hasn't changed for the entire run of 60 degree V6. It's also shared with with certain I4 engines.
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