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Re: Adapter Plate for Engine Stand
tom moore #1330551 Sun Oct 20 2019 07:14 PM
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If I’m not mistaken I saw a post a while back where someone took an old bell housing, kept the bolt pattern that went to the motor and used that as the mount to the stand, as I’m typing this I believe it may have been Deve . He also has a web site you can look at.

Re: Adapter Plate for Engine Stand
jremig #1330555 Sun Oct 20 2019 07:59 PM
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When I did my 261 i used a 61 powerglide adapter to bolt it to the stand.


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Re: Adapter Plate for Engine Stand
canuck49 #1330567 Sun Oct 20 2019 09:33 PM
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Scott Marshall here, and these are still available! Several have already contacted me and I am filling orders now, so just give me a week or so and they'll be ready to ship out. Thanks everyone!


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Re: Adapter Plate for Engine Stand
tom moore #1330576 Sun Oct 20 2019 11:29 PM
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You might want to post a Part for Sale in the Swap Meet?


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