Small block QuickTime bell with TTI Z bar

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  1. davescuda

    davescuda FABO Gold Member FABO Gold Member

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    After searching here I think I need to use a stock fork pivot
     
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    That is what I used
     
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    I tried using a stock one from early a and 68 and up they both do not work. The easy a fork bracket, the fork is in to far and up
     
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    I will be using this setup soon. I'd like to see pictures of your bellhousing mounted ball stud bracket...No flexing issues with that one? Are you using the QuickTime supplied bracket?
     
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    Mines a big block but may help? I used a quicktime Bell and the fork pivot would not work either, Wayne at brewers told me to try the b body fork pivot, and wouldn’t ya know it, that did the trick!
     
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    I also used the McLeod super street pro clutch
     
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    davescuda FABO Gold Member FABO Gold Member

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    I ended up using the one that came with it. 1/4 inch spacer and move the holes in.

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