Bellhousing Concentricity / Runout
G'Day, started putting the TKO in today - finally.
Mounted my Dellow's bellhousing to check concentricity/runout and squareness to the block.
From websites and other info I read that max allowable runout can be no more that 0.005" I've measured +/-0.0035" so I'm happy with that.
I measured +/-0.004" when checking the bellhousing face where the gearbox mounts up for squareness to the block. ie: I zeroed out the dial gauge at the "6 o'clock" position and then had a reading of 0.008 at "12 o'clock".
I read that max allowable parallelism is 0.002" (centreforce) or 0.005(McLeod). Am I good to go?
Could someone please confirm if a manual states a max allowable number eg 0.005 it means +/- and not the total displacent read off the gauge???
I may have left some dirt & crap on the block facing which I'll clean off tomorrow and check again.
393 Tremec TKO 9"