Thats a cool looking tool.
Update - The dial indicator I have is just too big to work for this application. I spent half a day trying to get it to fit but this isn't going to get the job done. It works great for degreeing cams but it just wont fit in this space. I am running a GM 403 bellhousing so that gives me a little bit more confidence. Aftermarket bellhousings are known to be less accurate. If this happens again, we will invest in yet MORE tools and confirm the concentricity.
The flywheel in there was used when I got it but new to me so this strange blued and cracked condition could be from previous abuse. I did have it resurfaced before installing it the first time but this type of previous condition can come back to haunt you even after resurfacing and normal driving. I don't want to stay awake nights worrying about the odd blued and somewhat cracked flywheel with a dubious past so this one is not going back in. 7000 RPM and random junkyard flywheels do not belong on the same car.
I have a new flywheel on the way.
I never really liked the Centerforce DF clutch in there so I don't mind tossing it. I have a new LuK setup on the way.
The crappy ferrous pilot bushing has been popped out with some grease and a stick and the new non-ferrous one is in there now. The tranny is back together and we are just waiting on the rebuilt OEM shifter and clutch parts to show up.