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How far out does 01E shaft protrude???

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PostPosted: Mon Oct 31, 2016 2:47 pm 
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...past the edge of the bell housing (no spacer)??? Or is it flush or recessed?

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It's recessed by about 10mm. I just eyballed it so don't consider that number accurate to 0.001". But probably within a couple of millimeters.

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Cool thanks! I'm trying to see if it's the same as the 01A and it looks like it is. 01A shaft is ~8mm inside the bellhousing.

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I'd think it would be... as far as mating to the engine/clutch go, I think 01A and 01E are supposed to be interchangeable. It's the stuff like shift linkages and driveshafts (and mounts?) that get interesting...

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Yes they are ^ The bellhousing of the 01E is slightly larger inside, but the geometry is exactly the same.

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It depends on the 01E, some have deeper bellhousings.

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Is that why some need spacers, and others don't?

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