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Old 06-01-2010, 08:40 PM
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C6 Rebuild. Tools, Tricks, and Tips pleas

ok so i am going to get a c6 and transfer case out of a 91 bronco and mating it to my 360. so i want to rebuild the tranny before i put it in. I have a 75 f150 7" lift and 37" tires with 5.13 gears full spool in the rear open front. and also i have the 4spd and am putting in a auto so if anyone knows good tools that will help, tricks to make it easier or jus plain tips on what parts or what i should put in it. i want the truck for the mud bogs and drive on the weekend maybe. the 360 is rebuilt and just placed a 4brl intake and 650 cfm edle carb on so more power but want drive ability
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C6 out of a '91 Bronco....That would probably be from behind a 351W?

It won't bolt up to your FE motor.

Try again.
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i know so you get a bell housing off a different one right
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C6 has an intregal bell housing. Not changable.
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