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Old 04-06-2009, 03:10 PM
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700r4 to muncie 4 speed

wondering if anyone has swapped a 700r4 to a 4 speed manual and what will be necessary to do so.

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well it all depends on what you are working on.what type of vehicle is it. cole
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its a 1968 pontiac catalina...engine is a 350 chevy small block. originally the car had a th400. not sure what length of th400 it was. all i know now is that it has the 700r4 out of a late 80's chevy van.
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68 catilina is based on b body platform general motors design . early chevy impalas in same year are more readily available with that option .i traded a parts car to a friend of mine that has a junk yard a couple of years ago that was 3 speed stick on floor from factory . it had clutch and brake pedal setup still in it . it was a 67 b body and would work .there are some impala restoration specialists out there that may stock the parts you need to change it over to manual transmision
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Gonna need to locate a brake and clutch pedal from a Pontiac--big car.
Clutch pedal rod as well.
Might need the entire pedal support.
cannot recall if the Z-bar bracket was welded or bolted on tho.

I used to see a lot of 3-speed big pontiacs.
And have actually seen more Catalina/Ventura with a 4-spd than Chevrolets.
(cars actually driven---not the restos in shows)

Went to school with a guy that had 2 4-spd 2+2 cars (way cool), 65 & 67
This same guy is the present owner of a 67 Grand Prix Convert (only year for the convert)
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http://www.impalas.com/transmission-...ackets-shafts/

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/67-68...Q5fAccessories


would this be some of the parts i would need?
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them would be what you need on ebay clutch brake pedal then you would need z bar and piece that welds to your frame for z bar and ball stud for your block and rod from pedal to z bar and rod from z bar to throwout bearing fork that was listed on impala site
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