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about to start the 465 swap...need help

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by MattK, Jun 29, 2006.

  1. MattK

    MattK 1/2 ton status

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    startin on the 350/203 to 465/205 swap this weekend and ive still got a couple small parts to pick up.

    1 is the hydraulic hose...anyone have an autozone, oreilly or napa part #? im not havin much luck online and id prefer to walk into one of these places with a part#.

    also...with the master cylinder braces...anyone have a good picture of these? ive heard of them being talked about, but im unsure exactly how they bolt up. would anything made to run from the MC mounting bolts to the pedal bracket work(ie makin my own junk)?

    edit: also, yall happen to know the bolt size/thread pitch of the bellhousing to 465 bolts?

    thanks in advance guys
     
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    umm which one.. the one from the master to the resivour or the one from the master to the bellhousing?

    do a search here as someone just posted a link of their pedal assembly with the holders.....

    dont remember.. there are only like 5 or 6 bolts... biggins too :haha:


    I would post pics but seems supermotors.org is down... OH MY GOD THERE GOES ALL MY PICS!!!!! :doah:
     
  3. u2slow

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    Master/slave hose is Raybestos #BH38559. List $128.48 (CDN) $62.84 my cost :D

    I had to demand to see the book and find it myself. :screwy: Nothing but idiots working the counter... :mad:

    EDIT: scrap my bolt size recomendation.. my memory is failing me. :doah:
     
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    "edit: also, yall happen to know the bolt size/thread pitch of the bellhousing to 465 bolts?"

    There are just 4 and they are 1/2"-13 NC with a 13/16" head I believe but a standard 1/2" with a 3/4" head would be fine I'm sure.

    James
     
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    awesome ill be huntin down that hose today. thanks guys
     
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    get the hose from LMCtruck its like $34
     
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    That was Me..:D
    Here you go.They attach at the brake/clutch pedal bolt and to the MC
    The first pic kinda shows the differance on the hydro versus the non-hydro..The one on the right is the hydro and you can kinda see how they attach to the pedal assy..[​IMG]

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    good pics man, i appreciate that. is there no way to make a manual pedal setup work with hydro?
     
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    people have.. you need to drill a hole in the clutch pedal... I think... and then figure out where to drill and put bolts to hold the MC on.... personally would be easier to get the right pedal assembly...
     

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