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  1. Classic Tech
    I know I can find out where it was made, what number it was, what engine, and what body style; But can I find out more about my car with it?? Like the clutch size, bellhousing model, anything like that?? 6f07t354851 is my VIN I can not find anyone that can actually help me find the info I am...
  2. Classic Tech
    I am doing my t5 swap, and just found out that 66 has two clutch sizes... (Way to go ford for making things easy...) How do I know what Clutch I need? I am using the original bell housing, and someone said that some have 2 bolt starters have one size clutch and 3 bolt starter has a different...
  3. Classic Tech
    Alright I have an important question for my here mustang fans. I have a 66 coupe with a stock 289 (from my knowledge) and a c4 transmission. It used to be a manual because it still has the clutch pedal hanging. The c4 I have has pissed me to no end and I've wanted a 3 speed in it since I got it...
  4. 5.0L Tech
    Hey guys I have a 88 gt 5.0 and I just put new pollyurathane motor mounts in it and my exaust is hitting my bellhousing so I put a new tranny mount in it also but that didn't fix the prolbem. The bellhousing is aftermarket it has stock headers with x pipe and flowmasters. If I bought new headers...
  5. Classic Tech
    Gents, I'm both new to the site and new to this kind of work. I'm rebuilding a 67 convertible with my son and daughter. I bought a 351w pulled from a 74 torino) to put in my 67. It currently has the 164T flexplate. I'm going manual. Everything that I have read says I need to use the 157T...
  6. Classic Tech
    i bought a recently rebuilt 3 speed toploader from a buddy of mine for pretty cheap that i plan to use on my moderatly built 289. the guy gave me everything for it but the flywheel and clutch disc. Now i have searched all morning trying to find out a way to tell what flywheel the bellhousing is...
  7. Classic Tech
    I had a three speed manual and decided long ago to go with automatic transmission. Now, I'm looking to replace the automatic transmission, but need an OE manual shift bellhousing and flywheel. This will be for a 1965 Ford Mustang 6-cylinder, 200 Cubic Inch. If anyone has any suggestions on where...
  8. Classic Talk
    I had a three speed manual and decided long ago to go with automatic transmission. Now, I'm looking to replace the automatic transmission, but need an OE manual shift bellhousing and flywheel. This will be for a 1965 Ford Mustang 6-cylinder, 200 Cubic Inch. If anyone has any suggestions on...
  9. 5.0L Tech
    I converted my automatic to a T-5 recently. Ever since I did that, I have had problems with the starter and flywheel getting chewed up and grinding. The clutch and flywheel have both been replaced, and they match up (157 tooth flywheel). I had someone tell me that I may have the wrong...
  10. Mustang II Talk
    Your response is appreciated!!! Currently I am doing a T5 swap in my 76 Cobra. I purchased a Quicktime 6053 bell housing which is very nice and the absolute best option for the swap. There is only 1 snag, the pivot bolt is in the same position as a Mustang II bell housing requiring a 75-78...
  11. Mustang II Tech
    In my research i have found that the mustang II 302 had a 148 teeth flexplate at 28 oz. i have a 1990s 302 so i need a 50oz flexplate. will a 157 tooth, 50oz flexplate fit in the mustang II bellhousing? and what is the bolt pattern for the torque converter for the II? It measures out to be 9...
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