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C4/AOD width dimensions

Everywhere I see length measurements of the C4 and AOD - I would like to learn the width differences of the C4 and AOD trans. My current AOD barely squeezes in between my headers/collectors - I'm hoping the C4 that will go in my car next week will be skinnier width-wise! Anyone know the differences in C4 versus AOD dimensions?

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both are the same width at the bell housing. You might want to go to the smaller 157 tooth bell. that is if you have a 164 now.I think the aod is 164.that moves the starter a little.
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both are the same width at the bell housing. You might want to go to the smaller 157 tooth bell. that is if you have a 164 now.I think the aod is 164.that moves the starter a little.
Why a 157 tooth bellhousing? It's smaller?
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the c-4 is narrower than the AOD... I do not have measurements , but it is narrower
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