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Default Need help with 1965 C4 Torque conveter specifications

I have a 1965 C4 in my stang. It's one of the "green dot" shift pattern transmissions. Could someone help me with the specs on the torque converter? I know it's a 24 spline shaft. But don't know if it would be a 10 1/4 bolt pattern or 11 7/16. Any help you guys could give would be really appreciated. I've got a chance at a great deal on a 2400 stall converter but need to know the specs.
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I have a 1965 C4 in my stang. It's one of the "green dot" shift pattern transmissions. Could someone help me with the specs on the torque converter? I know it's a 24 spline shaft. But don't know if it would be a 10 1/4 bolt pattern or 11 7/16. Any help you guys could give would be really appreciated. I've got a chance at a great deal on a 2400 stall converter but need to know the specs.
Thanks, Tim
First, my ride is a early 5 bolt 65 model. In the spring of '09, I converted from running a modified ('68) C4 using a 2500 stall converter, to a T5. I just checked my flex plate holes and they measure 10 1/2'" and is a 157T plate. Obviously, neither of what you stated. So...?
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so...... I need to pay more attention while I'm typing. 10 1/2 is what I meant to type. 11 7/16 was on the C4 with the larger bell housing and flexplate. Found a great article at Fast Fords that nailed it for me. Mine is the same as yours. 154 tooth, 10 1/2 bolt pattern.
Thanks for your input....Tim
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