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transmission and bellhousing question


I have and industrial hemi 331 +.125 to a 354, it stock with the cool small block chevy water pump front cover and a rare but findable 4 bbl intake with the water crossover and thermostat housing built in. (It's going into a Speedway 27 T roadster kit)I was told that the early Dodge truck bellhousing (with the fork on the pass side and the hydraulic slave) will fit the early hemi and I have found one with the necessary flywheel and starter, but the question is what transmission will bolt up to this? I was also told that the a-833 would bolt up but the bolt patern looks wrong, and there is also the question of which a-833, there were several different input diameters etc over the years. The roadster has enough room for the extra pedal, and I can build the necessary pedal assembly, I just need to know what combitation will work here. Which clutch disk, throwout etc. Many thanks for your help.
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utcarguy
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Re: transmission and bellhousing question
on: Sun 15 of Nov, 2009 [17:24 UTC] score: 0.00
it's the standard "short" bellhousing.

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Re: transmission and bellhousing question
on: Sun 15 of Nov, 2009 [13:50 UTC] score: 0.00
> I have and industrial hemi 331 +.125 to a 354, it stock with the cool small block chevy water pump front cover and a rare but findable 4 bbl intake with the water crossover and thermostat housing built in. (It's going into a Speedway 27 T roadster kit)I was told that the early Dodge truck bellhousing (with the fork on the pass side and the hydraulic slave) will fit the early hemi and I have found one with the necessary flywheel and starter, but the question is what transmission will bolt up to this? I was also told that the a-833 would bolt up but the bolt patern looks wrong, and there is also the question of which a-833, there were several different input diameters etc over the years. The roadster has enough room for the extra pedal, and I can build the necessary pedal assembly, I just need to know what combitation will work here. Which clutch disk, throwout etc. Many thanks for your help.
Is it a long tail or '54 short tail style?

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Re: Re: transmission and bellhousing question
on: Sun 15 of Nov, 2009 [17:26 UTC] score: 0.00
sorry, I'm new to the bbs and a little confused! It's the later style short bellhousing.


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