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11-20-2002 08:05 AM
tell_me_y_n what were the numbers on the flat spot near the tail if there on there hope fully M21 is in the no# I think they were the best of the bunch...good luck ps.another spot to look is on the shaft that goes in the pilot berring how many cut rings around the end on the spline
11-20-2002 03:48 AM
Muncie 4 speed

I found a muncie at a swap meet. From the numbers on the cases it appears to be a '69 or '70. The reverse shaft the comes out of the case is a larger diameter than the reverse shift levers that I have been able to find. I am assuming that they beefed up the reverse shaft on the later muncies. Is this thinking correct? Where would I find a correct lever for this unit. I am putting it in to a '65 Impala.

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