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Old 03-06-2005, 11:58 AM
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transmission,bellhousing,flywheel help!

I've got a 67' chevelle,and dropping in a 454.Problems are:Have a new ext.balanced 14" flywheel #3993827,with a new 11"clutch.The trans. I'm trying to use is a New Process a833 4 speed (3 speed w/o.d.) And lastly,The 12" bellhousing #460486 Are these all compatible??

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Old 03-07-2005, 09:43 AM
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From what you describe, you have obviously thought this through and should not have any problems that I can forsee.

Others may not like the choice you made for the transmission but I have made the choice that this will be my personal choice if and when my transmission ever needs replaced in my Malibu both the A833 manual and the TH-700R4 auto have almost exactly the same gear ratios, and I have done a gear swap to make the overdrive more useable while keeping it fun to drive.
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To:M&M Custom,Thank you for your POSITIVE input.I appreciate it,being the Newby to the forum.I did my research Before I posted a question,but found no really pertinent Info.for my questions.I believe the best way to get info is to ask.If you don't ask, one does'nt get any answers does he!I don't think the a833 was a bad choice,or I would'nt have bought it.They are tough as H--l!! Thanks again,67'chev
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