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The machine shop was able to get my flex plate off the crankshaft, someone welded (or ?) one of the bolts.
I see the one piece where the bolts go into, the second piece goes between the crank and plate?
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I have the plate & the longer bolts for use with that reinforcing ring if needed . Send pm with email if needed .
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The flexplate goes directly to the crank, the bolt ring goes on the trans side of the plate.
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