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Old 03-26-2002, 03:53 AM
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I am working on a 67 Chevelle and I want to convert it from automatic to a 4-speed. Can anyone tell me if a transmission from a pontiac will bolt up to a chevy bell housing?

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Old 03-26-2002, 11:29 PM
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Idon't know what Pontiac trans you are referring to but if it has four mount bolts(8 1/4" between the top holes--9 1/8" between the bottom holes)it should. Sure hope you're planning on using a cast iron or a steel" safety bellhousing".Also be sure to use a clutch disc that matches the trans splines. "If ya'can't find'em--grind'em"--paulweldit

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No, If your years are 67. BOP,Buick ,olds and pontiac all bolt up but chevrolet needs to be
chevrolet( automatics) you need chevy bellhousing for standards, make sure you know if your motor is internally balanced or externally balanced, you don't want to mix flywheels if you are changing also same for harmonic balancers.Hope this helps
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