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I am working on my 96 Corolla Coupler. I checked with the usual suppliers (CanEV, EV West...) they do not have a coupler and motor adapter for my 1996 Corolla. Yes, I checked the bolt pattern and they do not match. I am planning on keeping the stock clutch. (If you do not agree please be respectful and do not comment such as "I don't know why you would want to do that." "I would be easier if you go clutchless" "Why do you need a transmission anyway" etc... So this is what I dd. I cut off the end of my crankshaft where it mounts to the flywheel and where the clutch assembly is mounted. It was easier then I thought started first by using a 4' grinding wheel finished the job with a reciprocating saw. I took it to my local machinist and he bored out the AC motor shaft size and keyway. The collar is a 4140 prehardened chrome moly steel.
 

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