<VV> Centering the Pressure Plate

edward szuch egszuch at gmail.com
Mon Oct 12 14:51:12 EDT 2015

Centering the Pressure Plate;
Thanks very much to all those that replied on the question I had.  I was
hoping there was a little better way to locate/center  the pressure plate
to the flywheel and crankshaft.  It's all stock so it does have the
shoulder screws and lock washers.
I've been in power train engineering for a long time and cold headed screws
going through a stamped housing isn't very accurate when you're making
thousands of pieces in production, but that's life I guess.
Thanks again!

Gary Szuch

On Mon, Oct 12, 2015 at 2:23 PM, Daniel Monasterio González <
dmonasterio at hotmail.com> wrote:

> It is centered by the unthreaded area of the six 5/16" bolts that holds
> the pressure plate to the flywheel.
> Daniel Monasterio
> On 12/10/15 11:53, "edward szuch via VirtualVairs"
> <virtualvairs at corvair.org> wrote:
> >I'm putting a '66 140 4-speed back together and I'm wondering if there is
> >a
> >best way to center the pressure plate on the flywheel?  It's unbelievable
> >there aren't any dowels between the two.
> >
> >Thank you!
> >
> >Gary Szuch
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