Re: This is why I'm giving up
I may be an idiot:
The starter is "clockable". There are two bolt I can back out and rotate it to any mounting position I choose/need
I WILL be if it works. I'll try again over the next few days. The bracket still looks too small.
I bought it because it was different, cheap(20k in drivetrain alone on a 25k priced car, with mostly "new" metal). And sorted out.
I have to take it to a trans shop to get all new seals on the speedometer gear housing. I simply can't get it off. No leverage/good angle with the exhaust in the way.
The starter on the right is infinitely clockable. You can spin it all the way around or just a fraction of a degree. You should be able to get it to work.
'69 Camaro - 429 SBC Dart Iron Eagle 9.325" block, Crower crank, Crower 6" billet rods, Ross pistons (10:1), Total Seal rings, AFR 245 heads, T&D steel body shaft rockers, Cloyes Timing set, custom ground 4-7 swap solid roller 274/286 @ .050" with .704" lift, Dart single plane, Holley Dominator EFI on E85, Injector Dynamics ID2000 Injectors, Stef's #1705R oil pan, F2 Procharger, Lemons 2" primary 4" collector, ATI 9" blower converter