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Old 04-14-2016, 04:55 PM   #3
sdowney717
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Originally Posted by Ski in NC View Post
SAE flywheel housings are standardized. Sort of. Usually bolt circles are per spec, but flywheel faces are often modified for clutches or torque converters. No way to really tell til you get the engine and measure things.

I'd use 1/2" plate to adapt to the gear.

Usually no alignment pins, things are kept centered by pilot bore shoulder on plate. You need a big lathe to cut that, or a mill with a rotary table.

Bolt circles and crank CL are concentric.
I have been thinking the IH 466 or IH 360 would be good choices for a DIY marinization project.

Do you know of any that have done that? the engines are common and not expensive, have wet liners and parts are also not expensive. Would need to be 1994 or earlier to stay with mechanical injection.

http://www.enginebuildermag.com/2011...-dt466-engine/
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