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Old 03-04-2006, 09:59 PM
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Chevelle+bigblock+new tranny=HELP

Ok so my long awaited dream car is almost done and now i need some help from you guys. I have a 66 chevelle and i'm dropping a new BIg Block in it and i have everything set and ready bu the one thing i'm not sure of is the tranny.I pulled a glide out of it and built a turbo 400 for it so my question is how to fit up the turbo400..Do i need to relocate the bracket or does it even need one what do i do??!?!?!?!?!!!?!? thanks guys.....

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if you me crossmember then yes, depending on what tail housing you have you have to move the crossmember back about 6-7 inches. then measure how much u need to get your drive shaft shortened.
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Summit Racing has them, part #SUM-770308 looks like the one you need. Or you could build your own...
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