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Old 6 Aug 2004, 00:12 (Ref:1057720)   #1
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MAE Sump Pans

Does anyone have experience of adapting and fitting a sump pan for use with the small 9" MAE flywheel. The starter motor has to be very small and fits right under the block on the right rear side (Due to the FF adapter plate).

It looks as though the sump has to be heavily modified in the corner to allow for the starter to fit. Help anyone?

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Old 6 Aug 2004, 08:15 (Ref:1057889)   #2
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does anyone know where I can get some piano hinge type pieces for baffling my sump ? (precrossflow Kent engine, front bowl, std pick up
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Thanks, I may take you up on the offer once I have investigated the clearances etc.
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i just go down the local B+Q and buy normal steel door hinges
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