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Old 02-09-2007, 01:23 PM
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I am looking for a drive spider for the turbo flite by hydro-motive, I know they are hard to find but am looking to get lucky!!

Any help, please let me know.

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Turbo-flite

I know this will be hard to find however I am looking for a drive spider for a turbo-flite (clutch-turbo) made by either B&M or Hydro-motive.

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Old 02-09-2007, 01:49 PM
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hmm is it the one with....

is it the one with 4 pins on the side of the clutch? because im trying to find out wich one i have
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I am not sure what you are talking about on the clutch, mabey give me some more detail. My automatic trans guy, worked for hydro-motive in chicago and is well versed in these transmissions, so we can possibly help. What I need is the three forked device that sits next to the throw out on the shaft, and then they are held in place with a snap ring.
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2 way

ok thats not what i have and i also dont have what you have but the thing i have has an ordinary atick shift with 4 pins running from the bottem of it to the head wich says 12345R (the gears) any ideas becasue i need to know what it would do if i stuck it in my truck and if i could sell... ill look for that clutch you wanted throuigh every ones posts to help you.
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Seems like the units were called "clutch flight" or something similar.

then there were the "clutch turbos"
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Haven't seen one in many years but the clutch turbo's were also built by Fairbanks. I ran one back in the day "poor mans Lenco" The drive spider on mine was a brass/bronze colored casting.
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I know a guy locally who has these and makes parts for them.
The only way to get in touch is by phone and you will probably have to leave a message. Call Ken at US Speed: 414-550-2429 or 414-762-7823. Good luck, this is the man in the know....
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