After putting the adapter on the flywheel is just slightly touching, is there a spacer for the flywheel I need? I already have the crankshaft bushing
This should work for a 1972 Chevy 350 to a 1969 th350 out of a Buick gs350 right? Also would I need a bushing spacer?
Will this work for a LS swap to a cadillac th400
I have a Oldsmobile 307 transmission will this kit make a Chevy 305 motor fit the transmission?
Will this work with 72 th400 to a 96 5.7 vortec
How thick is the trans adapter plate
I have a 62 impala with inline 6 , I want to swap it out with a 350 motor. Is this all I need to bolt up to my original transmission
Can this be used to bolt a Vortec 5.7 to a 1965 Buick LeSabre w/ st300?
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