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SAE Industial Engine Bellhousing Sizes

This very useful article was posted on the ecomodder web site by 'Christ' (yes, that really is his username). This is a US site and therefore all the sizes are imperial but it may prove to be a useful starting point if you want to put together a Puller based on industrial compontent, which of course include the Ford and Detroit diesel engines, not to mention the Cummins...

My thanks to Phil Cavanna for unearthing this slightly obsure but very useful piece of information.

"If anyone was interested in maybe using an industrial diesel engine for their vehicle, here is a list of the SAE Clutch Housing dimensions for industrial diesels, to which you would make an adapter plate that fits your clutch housing and the SAE size of the engine you're using."

SAE Ballhousing Chart