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Old 08-25-2004, 04:20 PM
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1980 302 bolt to small bolt pattern transmission?

Does anybody know if there is a bellhousing made by ANYONE that will mount a newer 302 up to a small bolt pattern T-10. The T-10 is original 1964 I believe (when the 289's used 5 bolt bellhousings), and I was hoping to not have to switch to a newer tranny. Thanks! MIke
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all you will have to change is the bellhousing, tranny can stay.



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And where can i find this bellhousing? Thats what i need to know, cause i cant find them anywhere.
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let me see if i can come up with some info for you. have you tried any yet on your tranny?



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I am located in Massachusetts, on the CT border. I would greatly appreciate any help! I am on the lookout today, going to a few different junkyards in the state that I haven't hit up yet, but most people seem to think it just simply doesn't exist, at least not as an OEM ford product. I might end up just going to a different tranny, though I liked the idea of an "old school" 4 speed. Perhaps just grab a 5 speed out of a newer stang, maybe get somethign decent like the tremec or TKO... or go even more drastic and swap over to an auto, an AOD or C4... Who knows ... I will let you know how my day goes
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