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Old 08-07-2007, 02:02 PM
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Need t-5 Help!

Ok, please don't flame me for this, I have been flamed enough on here. I need some questions answered.

Ok, So what I have is a chevy 350, and a mustang. The mustang was a 4 banger so i junked the drivetrain and picked up a Corba tranny to put behind the 350. I used an Aje K-member and I am using lakewoods part number 15032 bellhousing which mates the chevy 350 to the ford t-5. Now, when I tried putting my pivotball and the assembly that works the clutch fork onto the new bellhousing, it does not fit. Does anybody know what stuff I am supposed to use with this bellhousing? Am I supposed to use a GT stuff instead of 4 banger LX stuff? Am I supposed to convert to hydraulic? All help is welcomed, I can't seem to find anybody who knows anything about this.

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hydraulic clutch may be the easiest most costeffective option.
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Old 08-07-2007, 04:32 PM
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Yeah thats what one other person told me. Yet, I don't see how this is easier or more cost effective than say bolting on a stock cable system, if there is one that exists for this bellhousing.

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