tom white wrote :
> When I was racing we had a pair of elliptical spacers for centering the
input shaft of the
> transmission to the center line of the crank. We would hang the bell
housing on the engine
> dowels and insert the beveled edge of these spacers into the clearance
> Then we mounted a dial indicator to the crank and indexed the tip to the
opening for the transmission.
> Then we would rotate the crank and read the dial indicator adjusting the
> until we got zero run out on the dial. Then we welded the spacers in
That's interesting, Tom. Do I understand correctly that you left the dowels
in place during this operation ?
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