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TH700 to sm465

Discussion in '1973-1991 K5 Blazer | Truck | Suburban' started by Hazy, Mar 1, 2007.

  1. Hazy

    Hazy 1/2 ton status

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    hey i got a 85 Jimmy and i bought a sm465 mated to a 208. ill probably get a different t case later but for now i just wanted the transmission. anyways i got the bell housing and clutch assembly. from the 81 i took it from but i couldn't get the flywheel. does anyone no what size it is? 153 tooth or 168? im doing a hydro clutch just waiting for it in the mail so the flywheel would be the only thing to hold me up. thanks!!
     
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    It should be the 168 tooth.
    Where in CA are you?
    I might have one here.:D
     
  3. Hazy

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    im in mountain view, bay area. i just want all this to work without buying a new clutch. the hydro set up and MC cost more then i paid for the transmission, lol. but i figure it will be better doing a hydro clutch.
     
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    Well I have a used flywheel, clutch and pressure plate.
    Let me double check they are still here and in good condition and i will give you a price. :D
     
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    yeah hydro is the only way to go, im finishing up my swap right now. and it would had been 10x easier if i went hydro.
     
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    that sounds good, i just got my MC in the mail from summit. how long was the flywheel clutch and pressure plate used for?
     
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    i got the rest of my hydro set up. so just waiting on you. let me know. thanks!
     

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