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Old 10-04-2002, 11:02 AM
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Question Bell housing

Is it true that I can take the bell housing and transmission from my 92 f150 (6 banger)and bolt it right up to the 351w I want to put in my truck? Also some one told me I would to change the gears in the rearend to accommodate the more power I would have. with any help

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Old 10-05-2002, 04:27 AM
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Small Blocks (including the 351W) use the same bellhousing pattern (possibly even the same housing) as the Big (240& 300 as well as the 250) six. It will bolt right up, I don't think the gears will need changed for the reasons given, the 300 six makes a gob of torque and that's what breaks parts. Go for it.
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