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    hey guys

    chasing a simple measurement i havnt been able to find online

    does anyone know how far recessed the input shaft is from the face of a t50 4age bell housing?
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    Does it need to be exact? You could probably work it out via a full clutch setup, the shaft would have to sit at least half way through the clutch plate.

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    i dont have a gearbox, only a bell and a engine pulled apart. i have attempted to make the numbers up using maths, just looking for confirmation
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    i'll cruise down to my bros after work tomorrow and measure for you.

    you looking at tape measure spec or micrometer spec?

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    Ah righto, I'd measure the box lying around but I have no spare bell housing...

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    tape measure spec is perfectly lovely clay

    thanks timbo, appreciate the attempted help anyways
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    With a tape measure, the distance from the face of 3a bell housing to the input shaft on a T50 is 5mm.

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    5.5mm actually

    and its 28.5mm to the start of the spline too

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    well I have 4.3mm from the face of the bell to the end of the shaft and 6.6 to the start of the spline
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    2.3mm for spigot bearing?

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