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Is a 331 Hemi bellhousing the same bolt pattern as a small block Mopar.
Early engines had integral bells. Later engines will match up to a small block.
Not all of them. There was only one with the extended bell. And I don't know if they are the same as LA, doubt it. Likely starter mount differences if not more
Got a picture?
I thought the crank on the hemis stick out an extra inch, so a spacer nessesary. Hot heads down in NC has the scoop on all that stuff.
I interpreted the question as "bolt up". It will "bolt up", now crank offset is different question!
Here are the pics. I could take it off and try but I have a lot of crap to move to get to it. Thought someone may know.
Early Chrysler Hemi, Hemi Transmission Adapters, Torqueflite I would say you need one of these. I had to on a 241 dodge and a 330 desoto.
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.
See if this gets you anywhere Hot Rods - Early Hemi's and Manual transmissions