According to McLeod, the slip-on is usually preferred if the measured distance from the bellhousings rear trans-mounting face to the top of the pressure plates release fingers ( photo, middle ).500 inches or less.
The bolt-on bearing replaces the transmissions bearing retainer collar; on the Muncie trans specifically, that trannys narrow slinger nut must be modified/ground-down for clearance.
Fits 3 5/8 X 1 1/16 U-Joint - Outside Snap Ring - 1330 Series.
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You can reflash the GM computer yourself using aftermarket software; HP Tuners is one leading program.If the distance.500 inches or greater, the bolt-on bearing usually works better.Since you would need to have the computer reflashed anyway to remove the vehicle antitheft system (vats) lockout, you could have the VSS signal changed over at the same time.Locating dowels are effectively the same size and remain in the same location, as are five out of six bellhousing-to-block mounting holes.Fits 2 5/8 X 1 1/8 U-Joint - Inside Clips - 7290 Series.I did a common Transgo shift kit project which replaces the lower half of transmission's accumulator pistons with upgraded springs.QuickTime by Lakewood bellhousing PN RM-6036 is designed to achieve the proper stack with traditional Chevy V8 manual trans input shaft lengths (as well as aftermarket analogues but there are potential issues with using this housing on an early Chevy II with mechanical clutch linkage.If running EFI and the computer, there are also vehicle speed sensor (VSS) interface considerations.There look at 2003 s-10 repair manual are many aftermarket hydraulic solutions available.
A functional VSS is more critical for an automatic trans application than it is in a retrofit early manual trans installation, but not having one could still adversely affect idle quality and coast-down to idle smoothness.
Threads are recessed about.200 inch below the surface.) Note that some performance passenger-car LS engines use cranks that require eight- or even nine-bolt flywheels.
The CV from the factory uses a bushing that wears out.
GM has an LS-type flywheel (PN 12561680) suitable for use with traditional four-speeds.
Ask Marlan A Tech Question.With hydraulic linkage, bellhousing fork exit-angle becomes immaterial, although for the case of this installation a shorter bellhousing (like the QuickTime) should be given serious consideration because it would likely permit use of the easier-to-install, slip-on-style bearing.A traditional Chevy V8 bellhousing going all the way back to 1955 more or less bolts.Daily driver car as of now.Theres an old-school Lakewood Chevy II scattershield (PN 15050) that accepts large flywheels with the correct fork exit angle, butas with most old-school heavy steel scattershields that sought to provide more room to accommodate some racing Long and B B clutchesits 6-inch length is said.Properly engineered, theyre glass-smooth with much less pedal effort.This is the, ultimate Conversion for, xtreme, s-10s and, raised or lowered GMC Sonomas.On non-Chevy II bellhousings, the fork exits at approximately 9 oclock, but the correct (and rare) small-diameter Chevy II bellhousing exit is at approximately 7 oclock and requires a special clutch fork thats only 6 to 7 inches long, compared to 12 to 13 inches.But if you want to keep that stock speedo, unfortunately, to the best of my knowledge, no one makes a 128K VSS with a cable pass-through.