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Old 12-17-2011, 07:54 PM
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1947 Studebaker M-5 pickup

Howdy! I purchased a 1947 Studebaker and pulled the engine and tranny out today. The flathead has a cracked block. Installing a Chevy 250 inline 6, 3 speed and 1995 Blazer GT-5, with a G-80 diff.
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Old 12-18-2011, 09:26 AM
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What 3 speed is that? I thought for the longest time my 1965 clunker had a 3 speed (no shifter arm and stuck in neutral) When I popped in a spare shifter arm we had laying around (sourced from a dump truck) I found out I had a 4 speed! Ran the numbers (probably should have done that in the first place) and turns out I have an SM420.
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welcome to the board
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Hello and welcome! Sweet project!
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I love those trucks! And you are using one of my favorite motors, an in line Chevy six, very cool.

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I love those trucks! And you are using one of my favorite motors, an in line Chevy six, very cool.

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Thanks Brian.........
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