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Old 04-19-2011, 07:22 PM
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200 cid and a T-5

OK..........The 4 speed (srod) idea is OUT ! ! !

NOW........I am moving on to a T-5.

I do need a bit of help with some parts, tho.
Ths adapter wont be an issue (I am lucky enuff to have an AWESOME machinist as a friend).
AND I ,myself, am an acomplished welder/fabricator....SO....

Now for the questions.
I remember reading about someone combining a 200 and a T-5 on here before, but dont remember the post title.
I need to get a clutch plate to marry these two misfits....The stock plate is a 10 tooth(stock for the 2.77 tranny)...and the input shaft on the T-5 is 14 tooth...
PS...the stock flywheel is 8.5 in and is in great shape...Heck the clutch and PP is brand new...
If there is such an animal as a 8.5 with 14 teeth, thqat would be ideal.
Any help would be much appreciated.
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i think this is going to be one of those deals where you are going to have to find a GOOD parts counter man, or a speed shop that is willing to look through the books to find a 8.5 inch 14 spline clutch disc
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i am quite sure you can find a 8.5 inch 14 spline clutch for a hell of a lot less money than $260 though.
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doing it now on my 62 Rancher....adapter and disc, under 300 from MDL...I am doing a whole "How To" on this when we start...

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Here is a very informative link FORDSIX PERFORMANCE • View topic - T-5 Conversion Swap for a 200 1966 Block with a 1967 Bell
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