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11-26-2012 11:03 AM
cruizincoupe THANK YOU !!!!! to C10 ,JUNIOR STOCKER and COBALT 327 for your replies to my question about starter mounting holes on an older 283. you have been most helpful. CRUIZINCOUPE.
11-26-2012 05:33 AM
cobalt327 Good info, JS.

A short description of the plate for using the bellhousing mount type starter is here.

Adapter

Starter used w/adapter
11-26-2012 12:48 AM
junior stocker ALL 283's come with provisions for block mounted starters already drilled/tapped in the block. Been this way since 1957 when the "optional" Turboglide transmission came online. It was an all aluminum transmission, and required a block mounted starter. I'm betting you have a 265 block, and if that's the case, you can't drill/tap it; there's not enough of a "pad" for a starter to bolt to. BUT, you can buy a starter motor adapter plate/ring from any of the Tri-Five Chevrolet vendors (about $100.00) that allows you to use a 168 tooth flexplate, the 3 bolt "bellhousing mounted" starter motor, AND any late model aluminum automatic transmission from Chevrolet. Post the casting number of the block just to verify what you have. Butch/junior stocker.
11-24-2012 10:30 PM
C-10 Gonna have to make one. I'd reference off the oil pan rail bolt centers. If you smack a late starter (diag bolt pattern) up there with one bolt tight as a jig there's no telling where the thing would be pointing.. parellel.. plumb.. perpendicular.. conky-wonkus.

Can't say I've run across this.

Best of luck.
11-23-2012 10:40 PM
cruizincoupe
chev starter drilling template

I want to use a turbo 350 behind a early 283. where can I find a template to drill starter mounting holes for a late model starter ?

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