Ford Country Standard Transmission 1962, Flywheel Ring Gear by ATP®. Flywheel Tooth Number: 146. Size: 13.352" ID, 14.774" OD. The ring gear has teeth which engage with the starter motor allowing the engine to crank over and start. Repeated engagement with the starter results in worn or broken ring gear teeth. Once this is diagnosed, the ring gear must be replaced. ATP ring gears are designed to fit and function just like the original part to ensure durability and long life.
- Manufactured to meet or exceed original equipment specs
- Eliminates grinding from damaged teeth
- Increases starter drive life
The primary purpose of the flywheel is to store kinetic energy and preserve the rotating inertia of the engine through its cycles. The flywheel ring gear is also engaged by the starter drive pinion to make the electric motor turns the crankshaft starting a vehicle. The dual mass flywheel is used to eliminate engine vibrations preventing premature gear wear. Proper operation of both flywheels are critical for high performance of the vehicle. If your flywheels, dual mass flywheels, or related parts such as flywheel bolts, shims, or ring gears are cracked or damaged, turn to ATP products. They are designed and manufactured to meet or exceed the highest OE standards for quality, fit, and function. Made of premium quality materials, the products ensure superior durability for long-lasting service life.
ATP® was founded on July, 1955, and is currently known as one of the market leaders of automotive products consumed by professionals and do-it-yourselfers. The company is located in the northern suburb of Chicago, Illinois. Operating out of its own 92,000 sq. ft. facility, ATP offers a comprehensive product line that includes automatic transmission filter kits, repair kits, exhaust manifold kits, harmonic balancers, timing covers, cables, flywheel and ring gears, interior vent filters, and chemicals. With its dedication to perfection, ATP provides its clients with products which ensure lasting value and lead industry standards and practices to "zero defects."