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I’d recommend getting some hellwig sway bars they are very nice. Bergman Autocraft has all types of good suspension parts he is a forum sponsor...
Espo springs are most popular on here.
That’s what I would do.
I really like 3:23 gear in my mopars, But I do mostly highway driving. 26.5” tire
My 65 Dart 273 auto didn’t have them when I pulled the engine. But the 66 Dart 273 4 barrel auto car did I parted with.
I got my driveline shortened at a shop for the new 8.75. Cost 100$ and they painted it black.
Maybe your next project will be a 4spd in there can snap shift all you want.
How about a case of good beer.
No it comes with the cable for the transmission kickdown. You’ve gotta buy the throttle cable also.
I like 3:23 gears with a 26ish inch tire. Dustin
In my 65 Dart 10.5 273 auto. I put an 8.75 in it with 3:23 gears. Dustin
Glad to hear it was just the brakes.
I’ve had some bearings so bad I could shake the rear of car while on ground and here them clunk. If you said they seemed fine I’d be more incline...
Hmm my rearend made a clunk noise on turns with a suregrip and green bearings. I had to remove the thrust button out of pumpkin. Have you given...
Are you running the adjustable axle bearings or the green bearings?
Do you have to run a SFI flywheel? I have a T56 magnum for my 408 and have a MP flywheel from a previous project.
If your going to move up from an 8.75 might as well go with a Dana 60. Just my 2 cents Dustin
Yep I'm having a linkage problem and a want to work on it problem. Been sitting in garage for over 3 years. It had 340 w/2:94 and it shook so bad...
72blu- my setup is so haggered. Does have a brand new center force clutch and new MP external balance fly wheel. I've adjusted this clutch one way...
Someone transplanted a 4spd in my 67 belvedere.
Fun to shift gears
More control of Rpms
Great to do burnoutsCons:
Hurts my knee after to...
I also saw the FB add for the rear-end. Sounds like one of those to good be true posts good luck. Dustin
I have a 408 stroker with a A833 in my belvedere with 3.23 sure grip 255/60-15 not sure tire height. I love these gears I haven't tried out 3.55...
Around here in Oregon I'd estimate the first one at around 800$ and the 2nd one around 500$. If they came with brakes value would go up. Dustin
Yes they should. Dustin
It is a clutch type sure grip that has had friction modifier added. Thanks for respond. Dustin
Thank you. Maybe that explains my rears chatter around tight corners. Dustin
If he were to have the green bearings instead of tapered would he need to take the thrust buttons out of 3d member? Thanks Dustin
Nice good score glad to see some more north westers on here. Dustin
Unfortunately I do not know the cam duration..but im thinking the 3.55 sure grip is what ill go with..thanks everyone