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Old 09-04-2006, 05:54 PM
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Need help with zbar installation 65 Impala ss

I am converting a 65 Impala SS from an automatic to a mumcie 4 speed with a hurst shifter. I am at a loss how to install the zbar. Any help would be appreciated.

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not enough info!!
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The clutch bellcrank, or "Z" bar is suspended between 2 ball sockets.
1 ball socket screws into a threaded hole in the engine block, and the other is mounted into a bracket that bolts to the car's frame, usually by 2 5/16" bolts.
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measure dist. betw. engine and frame, all parts availble from
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This is an early Camaro setup, but it should be similar.
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