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Alloy bellhousing
scimjim - 24/9/19 at 05:20 PM

Looking for an alloy bellhousing for type 9 to Ford 4 pot (CVH/silvertop - LHS starter motor).


wonderfulweasel - 25/9/19 at 07:04 PM

I'm after the same thing!

Tiger racing seem to be the cheapest if you're buying new at about £215, but I'm waiting for them to respond on whether they're a direct match with the Sierra cast item.

RS2000 bellhousing can be had a bit cheaper. I'll have a genuine one for sale shortly, as it doesn't fit in my chassis!


cooperbloke67 - 26/9/19 at 07:37 PM

Iíve recently bought an alloy Type 9 bellhousing from Tiger. I can confirm itís a direct replacement for the standard OEM cast iron Type 9 part. You will need to drill the clutch fork pivot pin hole a little larger, but otherwise it fits like a glove.

[Edited on 26/9/19 by cooperbloke67]


wonderfulweasel - 26/9/19 at 07:45 PM

Thanks for the info. Did it not come with the clutch arm pin?


cooperbloke67 - 26/9/19 at 07:50 PM

No worries!

Ooh. Good question... I donít think it did. I remember drifting it out of the iron one.


scimjim - 27/9/19 at 11:05 PM

quote:
Originally posted by wonderfulweasel
I'm after the same thing!

Tiger racing seem to be the cheapest if you're buying new at about £215, but I'm waiting for them to respond on whether they're a direct match with the Sierra cast item.

RS2000 bellhousing can be had a bit cheaper. I'll have a genuine one for sale shortly, as it doesn't fit in my chassis!

Annoyingly, I gave an RS2000 bellhousing to a friend when I moved into a house without a garage, many years ago!!!

Iím interested at the right price


scimjim - 27/10/19 at 11:45 PM

Still looking


Mike Wood - 29/10/19 at 08:13 PM

£195 from Burtons:
https://www.burtonpower.com/bellhousing-rs2000-dual-lhd-rhd-bh3.html

Thanks
Mike