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Old 03-15-2005, 11:03 AM
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Post CornHusker T-5 Transmission Kit and a 226 Flat 6

First I would like to keep this to the 226 Flat 6 motor. I do not want the, it should work or may work. I would like the it does work and I have done it information. I would also like references to any pages that did the conversion on the 6 cylinder motor. I sent Cornhusker an email and am waiting for a reply. I have read bits of information here and there on the internet about various kits. I have read the threads here also but I never seem to get any definitive information. I am seriously thinking about doing this before I get the driveshaft made. Has anyone used this kit? I see in the pictures the transmission has a hydraulic clutch. Anyone here have any pictures of a hydraulic clutch setup with the factory pedals? I assume I would need to sketch a rear transmission bracket and have it made and add that. I would still be using the factory bracket for the pedals so I would need to use it or build a new one out of pipe. Will the factory starter work or will I need to get one out of something else? Will I need the S-10 starter?
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Gary Mussman at Corn Husker said it should fit and I should be able to use my stock linkage.
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