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Nice! Thanks for the pics .
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Hello. regarding the holes for the bolts .. I see that you write 95mm point to point. does that mean there are 95mm center centers between the 12mm holes? I am Norwegian and such mechanical terms in English are not my strongest side .. best regards Vidar.
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Hello. regarding the holes for the bolts .. I see that you write 95mm point to point. does that mean there are 95mm center centers between the 12mm holes? I am Norwegian and such mechanical terms in English are not my strongest side .. best regards Vidar.
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Measurements in the description & centre to centre yeah he says 96mm

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I'd describe the spacing of the three holes as being on a pitch circle diameter (pcd) of 111mm.

Actually pcd = 96 x 2 ÷ sqrt (3).
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Thank you for the answer. It seems you know what you're talking about. do you have the opportunity to create an instructional drawing? with the measurements? to an ignorant like me ... That I can hand over to my mate who will make the spacers for me.
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Here you have blueprint
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Here you have blueprint
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The drawing contains all the dimensions needed to manufacture the part, but it's not an accurate engineering drawing - aside from the section view being obviously not to scale, there is an error somewhere in the plan view.

If the plan view was accurate, the two left holes would be symmetrical about the horizontal line through the centre of the ring, and left side vertical "96" dimension would be perfectly vertical - but it isn't.

Don't try to "scale" the drawing to use it as a template to mark out the holes. Use the information to mark out the holes from scratch.
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I don't quite understand what is written on top of the drawing ... but is this drawing for gen 3? Will it be the same that fits my gen 4? Just became uncertain so had to ask.
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The drawing contains all the dimensions needed to manufacture the part, but it's not an accurate engineering drawing - aside from the section view being obviously not to scale, there is an error somewhere in the plan view.

If the plan view was accurate, the two left holes would be symmetrical about the horizontal line through the centre of the ring, and left side vertical "96" dimension would be perfectly vertical - but it isn't.

Don't try to "scale" the drawing to use it as a template to mark out the holes. Use the information to mark out the holes from scratch.
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