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I seem to recall a post about using a gm 700 r4 reverse clutch disk instead of the ford 36-1 wheel. Is any one actually using this. I'm concerned the thickness of this auto tranny disk. It is only around .060 thick. This would however be easy to fit in tight areas.
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I, too, am curious if anybody has verified that this wheel will work. I know it's been discussed as a cheap potential trigger wheel for a long time, but I don't recall reading about anybody actually using it.
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As long as you align the sensor properly to the wheel, it should work fine. I'm using a non-std sensor triggered by teeth cut in the outer rim of a pulley which is also much thinner than the stock wheel.
As an alternative, you could mount the sensor axially to read the side of the teeth as well.
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