Scatter Shield Identification Help

Engine, Trans & Driveline

  1. Sam69sat

    Sam69sat Well-Known Member

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    Does anyone know the brand/ model of this scatter shield? It’s for a833 and big block. Can’t find any markings except Ahra and nhra approved. The bottom part flange has been shaved off and maybe it was marked in that spot. I really only need a block plate for it. Thanks

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    1965 Dodge 012.JPG Did someone cut the bottom off? Looks like a Lakewood except the bottom, had a lip.
     
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      Yeah, the guy i got it from never used it. He said the person he got it from shaved the bottom flange off because of some type of clearance issue. Not sure if it was exhaust or what.
       
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      Agree, Lakewoods were always red.
       
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        I was thinking maybe lakewood too but i didn't see any like that on their website. I guess and older model? Basically i just need to find a block plate that will work with it. Any ideas?
         
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          Bet you could buy a Lakewood block plate, engine and starter bolts holes have to be in the same place. The extra holes could be redrilled if necessary. It would give you a pattern to add the flange back on.
          If you decide to buy the LW block plate buy it from somebody who'll take it back, just in case.
           
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          Good idea, that would probably work!
           
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