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    Default i need v drive parts

    i need some motor plates some seats, timing cover for bbc for cam driven water pump water pump also wondering if you know if i can run a flex plate or do i have to have a special flywheel dont have a pile of cash but thought maybe somebody had some old parts laying around that they might want to get rid of i live kalamazoo will travel a reasonable distance for parts thanx alan 1-269-743-7570 or 1-269-327-6411

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    I have a pair of seats from my Daytona. $ 250.

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    You can run a flexplate its no problem the driveshaft adapters come in two styles and if you have the wrong one it just needs to be machined a bit.I will talk to one of my friends and see if hes got any mounts.will let you know
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    Mark, I know somebody who is looking for seats...what is the outside measurement?
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    The seats are 24" wide. Factory Eliminator seats.

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    I have a pto adapter or a coupler to bolt the driveshaft to a flywheel with the flywheel bolts for 50 bucks it will work with a flex plate or a steel or aluminum flywheel. You need to know if you need an external or internal balanced flywheel.
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    Default coupler

    i am going to have to look and see about the balancing i probably will buy it will let you know thanx alan

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    The coupler will work on either one, doesn't make a difference but you definately need to know which flywheel you need for your motor. There is one on the spam / parts section same thing with a pic. Mine is the same with bolts.
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    I have a nice chrome 14qt Bassett v-drive oil pan.
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    Alan dont get the wrong idea,the pto doesnt care which motor is being used as far as balance the motor does. Also make sure its(pto)is the right one for the drive shaft they come in 2 sizes-or I should say bolt patterns 1350-lg and 1310-small

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