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    need a measurement from the 4 bolt flange of the pump to the harmonic balancer face on a bbc using a cv joint only not a drive shaft.
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    ttt

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    If anyone has this measurement for a sbc also, it would be helpfull also.

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    What do you need the info for? How accurate do you need to be? I have a layout which shows it to be 38 inches +/- an inch for a BBC, but i can't guarantee the accuracy.

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    I really would mock this deal up first with bare block and crank, you have very little chance of hittin it perfect if you just take a measurement and build your mounts....IMHO

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    Im just trying to get a rough idea for seat placement and im building an extra long rail kit to go from transom to just under my back seat. I plan on adding in a few inches of clearance for a future blower upgrade maybe. just mainly trying to get a layout going.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Real McCoy View Post
    What do you need the info for? How accurate do you need to be? I have a layout which shows it to be 38 inches +/- an inch for a BBC, but i can't guarantee the accuracy.

    is that to your front mount plate or your balancer?

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    Quote Originally Posted by hallettss View Post
    Im just trying to get a rough idea for seat placement and im building an extra long rail kit to go from transom to just under my back seat. I plan on adding in a few inches of clearance for a future blower upgrade maybe. just mainly trying to get a layout going.
    got it.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by hallettss View Post
    need a measurement from the 4 bolt flange of the pump to the harmonic balancer face on a bbc using a cv joint only not a drive shaft.
    What u-joint are you going to use the 10 or the 50? What pto are you using, some are thicker than others? What type of balancer are you using (internally balanced crank or external)? Are you going to run a crank trigger or any other add ons on top of the balancer? Get me this info and I can get you a measurement.

    BTW: the work you did to the boat looks great!
    Last edited by Need4Speed77; 08-28-2010 at 07:33 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hallettss View Post
    is that to your front mount plate or your balancer?
    balancer

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    Quote Originally Posted by hallettss View Post
    need a measurement from the 4 bolt flange of the pump to the harmonic balancer face on a bbc using a cv joint only not a drive shaft.

    you should be good with 19 inchs from transom to back of motor, then measure the block and add it from there.

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