722.6 conversion to mercedes petrol engines M110 M114 M123 M115
722.6 conversion to mercedes diesel engines om617 ,om616, om615
for other engine’s, just ask on the email below as it is not me making them
Maybe he can make a custom one.
First put the rim on 722.6 in the right position and mark the starter position .
Take it of again. and mount the bolts Studs for the starter
Put the rim on his place and screw the four M10 inbus bolts on there place
and also the four Hex bolts on the other side . Do not tighten
The size of the four hex bolds : Steel M10 50 mm long
Prepare your starter motor with a 12 mm drill both hole’s
Mount your starter with M12 Nuts (if you have 19mm Nuts you need a very thin ring )
Some say it is easier to use M12 18mm Nuts
This is the moment to tighten the four inbus and Hex bolts 65 nm
Part Two Flex plate
First before dismantling the flex plate mark the fly wheel / crank
Clean out new plate and fly wheel very well before mounting it back .
Check the bolts state before (7.3 mm min ø ) reuse or replace them for new and tighten them at the right torque
40 nm or about 30ft/lb
Check if you starter motor functions ok.
You will see that your starter stick out a little . There for you have to grind some material out of the 722.6 bell housing
Bring the transmission on his place to the motor and aline the crank with the converter .Next put the eleven bold hand tight on there place.
Now aline the rim with the bell housing on the top and the on left side ( there is a very little play )
Tighten the 11 Bolds 65 nm
Mount torque converter-to-flexplate bolts to 31 ft. lbs. (42 Nm). .
As you can see sometimes the big holes are more to the center then other holes.
If necessary adapt your socket wrench
Do not adapt your fly wheel !.
All Green is big Nag
M117 and M116 After 1978 .
can be direct fitted to 722.620 / 622/ 625/627 from a M119 engine
No adaptors are nessesary
Commend from Elbe
As far as I know you can mount an 722.6 from a M119 to a Aluminium M117 with minor adaptations . see pictures
If you have a cast Iron block see : https://www.elbe-engineering.com/product/m117-4-5-tranny-adapter-722-6-m113/
M116 / M117 Between 1969 - 1978
This is the model before 1978 and this one is completely different.
And needs an adaptor kit just like the M110 engine .
If you need an adapter for this engine Contact
Facht from Peter Eggermont
There are two M116/m117 engine block models one is made from Iron up to 1978 and after 1978 these engine blocks are made from aluminium .
Elbe is right for engine’s made from aluminium ( after 1978 ) these are “ compatible with the M119 engine’s
The early iron engines are not compatible with the 1978 and up aluminium M117/m116 and m119 engine’ s
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