But then the bell would have the opportunity to move around and be sloppy right? I'm not below doing something like that and shoving a dab of jb in there to take up the slack though.I bet you could halve that just by using a drum in a Dremel along the bottom edge of the bellhousing bores letting it Center upward at least a few more.
Maybe put the bellhousing lightly on a floor jack in the upward Direction while yer snugging down
Okay, I'm saying it wrong then. 12 is what I get on the indicator.m, so I need to adjust by 6. While I would think the same thing, I don't want Tremec to have any reason to void my warranty. Hopefully, I never need to exercise it, but it would give me better piece of mind.If the center lines are off by 12 then you need to adjust by 12. If the variance from one side of the board to the other on the dial indicator was 12 then your centerline's are only six thousand off from each other which is barely anything. there's probably more play in the needle bearings on the input shaft than .006