1. dustya_383

    dustya_383 Well-Known Member

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    I was told that when switching from auto to stick, your crank needs to be drilled a certain way for the a833 to work is this true if so does anyone have a pic of the difference???? I also heard since I have a 68 383. Its actually drilled both for auto and manual is this also true?? Thanks
     
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    hi the crank is drilled for both, except, the part for manual trans is not finish bored, if it was installed in an auomatic car. NAPA sells a bushing that fits the smaller hole. thats easier , than boring it out in a lathe. just food for thought
     
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    So you can buy the bushing, but still need to cut the shaft off about 5/8 or so?
     
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    So, you can buy the thinner bushing? But still need to cut the shaft off about 5/8"?
     
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