I can't find it in any of the online parts catalogs, but there should be a steel dowel that fits loosely into the bore in the end of the crankshaft. Oil from the rear main seeps past the dowel through the clutch and into the bell housing. The flywheel slings the excess oil into the trough on the right side of the clutch housing where it drains back into the crankcase. Be sure that there is no plug in the hole at the front of the little trough. Had a machine shop put plug in that hole and we didn't discover it until engine had pumped all the oil into the clutch housing.
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