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07-19-2012 05:18:35

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Looking to make an adapter plate to put a 5.9 Cunnins in a 400 Case. Was wondering if anybody knows where I might get a blueprint of the bellhousing bolt pattern?

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07-19-2012 17:33:02

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 Re: adapter plate in reply to longcases, 07-19-2012 05:18:35  
I figured if I could get a print it would save me the trouble of setting up a housing on the mill and ploting every thing out. bdoll do you know how your friend mated his engine up to the bellhousing?

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wilson ind

07-19-2012 14:13:03

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 Re: adapter plate in reply to longcases, 07-19-2012 05:18:35  
print for standard bell housing or special case??? I can send or post standard ase 1 2 3 and 0 sizes and bolt pattern

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07-19-2012 14:22:36

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 Re: adapter plate in reply to wilson ind, 07-19-2012 14:13:03  
Need the pattern for the bellhousing on the Case 400 which is special only to the big series of Case . 400 through 2590 and 1200 through 4690 also.

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07-19-2012 14:35:13

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 Re: adapter plate in reply to longcases, 07-19-2012 14:22:36  
would buying a new gasket help?? use as templete

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07-19-2012 05:46:15

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 Re: adapter plate in reply to longcases, 07-19-2012 05:18:35  
Blacksmith in Canby, MN. did that about 3 years ago. One heck of a pullin 400!! Don't know if he would like his name given out.

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07-19-2012 16:11:04

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 Re: adapter plate in reply to casecollectorsc, 07-19-2012 05:46:15  
I keep in regular contact with him and I can ask him. He used IH 1086 frame rails,you'd have to see it it looks like it was made that way. He used a 30 series grill but it had to be widened to clear the engine, he fabricated a hood out of aluminum. I drove it once so far and it was a blast! He was running it in 7th last weekend which is a 22mph gear on the Hotfoot sled.

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