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Mopar crank shaft question

I am new to the Mopar world and will need all the help I can get. I have a 413 engine with the long ram manifold that I will install in a 31 Plymouth 5 window coupe. My question is what do I have to get to ust the 833 4 speed trans? I am told that the crank needs to be machined to receive the pilot bushing, is this true?

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I am new to the Mopar world and will need all the help I can get. I have a 413 engine with the long ram manifold that I will install in a 31 Plymouth 5 window coupe. My question is what do I have to get to ust the 833 4 speed trans? I am told that the crank needs to be machined to receive the pilot bushing, is this true?
The factory installed this trans behind RB motors like yours, so yeah, the only thing you should have to do is drill the crank for a pilot bushing if it's not already drilled. Everything else should just bolt up. Personally, I'm a fan of bushings, not bearings. A bushing will still work when it's worn out. If a bearing goes bad, you have do get your tools out.
http://www.rockauto.com/catalog/x,ca...%2B413cid%2BV8

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