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Old 26-02-2012, 02:36 PM   #1
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Crank centreline to engine feet dimension?

Hi all,

Could someone tell me the vertical distance from the crankshaft centreline to the mounting face of standard mercruiser feet on a big block chevy?
I need to know this to work out the mounting of my motor for the DPX drive...

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Wow, that's quite some resource!!

I can't find what I need though sadly. Found a couple of engine mount distances, but they're to the centre of travel with merc mounts. I'm using the merc feet but hard mounting. As the Volvo doesn't give any way I'm aware of to align once the motor is in, I've gotta make sure I'm right before I put it in!

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