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If you're running a manual trans with the integral bell the adapter may be as simple as a flat plate of the correct dimension and thickness.
I interpreted the question as "bolt up".
It will "bolt up", now crank offset is different question!
Early engines had integral bells.
Later engines will match up to a small block.
Well there you go! 2.94 or 3.21, thanks for the confirmation!!
I believe it was 3.21.
Can't put my hands on any documentation/
Haven't heard much about tires, they obviously make a difference.
If you're buying some anyway, get the shortest ones with suitable load rating....
Yep. should help a little when starting off!
OK, given a little more thought about "use what you've got" I'd put the OD in, and pretend it's a 3 speed.
I think that 2.66 first gear will be...
If you want to keep the rear stock, I'd look for an early 4 speed.
Has a 3.09 1st gear but NOT overdrive.
If you run a 2.76 with OD you'll never...
I know you probably don't want to open them up, but to get best price you should probably check all ratios.
And a serious buyer will probably want...
Yes, just found the box
try national 8609
Thanks AJ, for the thorough explanation of a great idea!
Surely you can find a parts store with a press, doesn't take any special tools to do this.
If you can get it pressed off, it can be put back on...
Thanks! and x2 on the phew!
3)Adapter retainers are available, just not from the 5.125/308 bearing to the 4.35/307 bearing. You can make a ring tho to put either of the...
I've enjoyed reading this!
Three questions come to mind.
1 Can you swap all OD parts in a non OD iron case, with the correct cluster pin and dodge...
Hiding behind exhaust pipe!
I've heard from more than one source that this wear can occur from drivers habitually
resting their hands on the shifter, so stop it! O:)
yes, you'll lose a little when you take it out.If you raise the rear of the car more than the front, you'll lose less.