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Old 17-11-2010, 05:43 PM   #1
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Anyone got a RB gearbox lying around and is able to shoot a picture of the bolt pattern?

My RB20DE engine only got 4 holes to mount the gearbox
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you have more holes on the engine when you fit the engine to gearbox plate and the engine to gearbox brackets or am i missing something
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Old 18-11-2010, 03:53 PM   #3
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Looks like this now.



So there is a plate between them? Missing that piece then

Will this be safe tho to mount it on the engine stand?

-edit- Quite hard to get such plate i recon?
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You're missing a couple of brackets mate






There is also a sandwich plate that fits between the engine and gearbox, it looks like this
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Old 19-11-2010, 11:35 PM   #5
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Ahh so there is truly a dust cover on them

Nice!!

Anyone got such brackets lying around?

cheers for the info mate!!
Do you know where i can find a manual for the RB20DE engines? Only found the electrical parts
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just sold my spares on ebay yes its safe on the engine stand i put the whole engine on mine with those 4 bolts so long as your stand is man enough
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Cheers mate

Yeah i think i found those brackets you mentioned
Got it on the stand yesterday...finally got round getting a new stand.





You can see some parts lying around on the ground, brackets are there.
Now to find such dust-cover-plate
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