The one I built was for a Angulon 90/6,8 that covers even less.
When I did that, 8x10 was the smallest LF-camera I had and of course it didn't cover anything close to that, but I still needed to use the lens (I wanted a single coated wide angle lens for a picture).
As long as you know what you get it can still be useful. If it helps you can cut ot the format you want from cardboard (panorama, square etc) and limit the image on the ground glass with this. Some negative area will of course be wasted.
All a matter of the way you prefer to work, but Mike1234 is right, don't expect an 8x10 image from this lens.