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Old 07-27-2009, 11:35 PM
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what kind of trany are on those 170. and can u put the 289 on them.

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what kind of trany are on those 170. and can u put the 289 on them.

the 289 engine will not bolt to the trans bell housing where a 1963 170 cid engine was
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it's the Ford-O-Matic 2spd.. bellhousings are diffrnent
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it's the Ford-O-Matic 2spd.. bellhousings are diffrnent
y its the to speed
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It has a different bolt pattern. Then what the 289 would take. Cole
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