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09-18-2003 12:53 AM
Sandflea427SS Count the bolts on the side cover....
Muncie is 7
S. T-10 is 9
09-17-2003 04:04 PM
redcamaro4spd if that is the origianl tranny it is definately a Super T-10. The best way to see if it is, look at the pass. side of the case and it will say W.G. Div. for Warner Gear...
09-17-2003 01:20 AM
Sandflea427SS I thought 76 was Super T-10.....anyway
pop the side cover and check the gear angle..
M-20, m-21 45 degrees
m-22 is 22.5 degrees....
remember around 1970 every muncie went to fine spline, large output shaft
09-16-2003 10:05 PM

i just parted out a 76 camaro with a 350 and a four speed. did they put the m-22 in the 76 camaro, any hepl on id what i have would be great, ill get the nnumbers off it soon

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