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Old 07-16-2009, 05:29 PM
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pilot roller bearing for t56 in 99 vortec motor

71 camaro with stock 350 trans. I got a good deal on a T56
a few days ago. I am going to stab this in the car.

Is a roller pilot bearing the best to get? Should I get one
for the 93/97 Lt1 application?? Or how do i know what I
need for a 99 block. I know the flywheel from The Lt1 works
with this motor Thanks

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IIRC the input shaft will be 0.400" longer than the lt1 version, Are you sure that the lt1 flywheel will fit, I thought they were the different pattern like the one piece seal gen 1 sbc's have.
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IIRC the input shaft will be 0.400" longer than the lt1 version, Are you sure that the lt1 flywheel will fit, I thought they were the different pattern like the one piece seal gen 1 sbc's have.
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The 99 block has a one piece seal like the 93/97 lt1 blocks.
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I was thinking that the spacing was slightly different,maybe not. LS x engines crank flange is flush.
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