Can the 850 motor be moved a bit? Are the mounts slotted or is this just to set the float on the secondary
Is this even an issue? Doo forums lots of chatter about belts blowing/shredding. But in the poo and cat there is very little talk of this. From my experience c to c is the most important of alignment with the secondary floating the offset alignment doesnt really have to be perfect, can be out a bit.
Did you have your manuals redone to get
The spiral? The ones I have didn’t come that way. I really like the book like that. I would think and office supply place could do it?
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You can move the engine into perfect alignment. It takes minimal machining of the rear mounts. There is a locating dowel pin and the 10mm bolt(10) hole that needs to be slotted. Mag slotted to the rear and PTO slotted forward. I do it on the mill. A shim at the front PTO mount and the last thing to do is the two front mag bulk head mount bolts. They will need a little Dremel work. Those two bulkhead bolts you leave out until you have alignment. You can accomplish this without removing the engine.
We are still working on a TRS alignment bar.(Thanks Jeff) Perfecting modifications to accommodate ES sleds.
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