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    Default Flywheel Housings - Can anyone identify?

    These Two Flywheel Housings were laying inside a v-drive hull I picked up to restore. Can anyone identify? I don't have any use for either if anyone is interested.
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    The bottom two pictures are a housing I use when running a flywheel. With the stock powerglide cast iron adapter, on my BBC I elected to use a flywheel and had to take 1/4 inch off the face of the flywheel to use a flat plate bolted to the adapter. For my SBC I am using a flywheel and elected to use the adapter you have in the bottom pictures. It will bolt to a BBC or SBC. The starter can be a bolt to the block or bolt to the housing type (same as cast iron adapter). Left side of picture shows your adapter and right standard (flex-plate) adapter. I do not remember what exact transmission it was cast for, it is aftermarket speed hardware. If you do sell the bottom one let me know.
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    UPDATE : APPEARS TO BE A CHEVY TO FORD FLATHEAD TRANSMISSION ADAPTER BOLT PATTERN MATCHES. Offenhauser
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    Thanks for the info! Sent you a PM.
    [QUOTE=SKIDDER;4360697]The bottom two pictures are a housing I use when running a flywheel. With the stock powerglide cast iron adapter, on my BBC I elected to use a flywheel and had to take 1/4 inch off the face of the flywheel to use a flat plate bolted to the adapter. For my SBC I am using a flywheel and elected to use the adapter you have in the bottom pictures. It will bolt to a BBC or SBC. The starter can be a bolt to the block or bolt to the housing type (same as cast iron adapter). Left side of picture shows your adapter and right standard (flex

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