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Smallblock 4spd bellhousing

I am in need of a 4spd hydraulic clutch bellhousing that will will bolt up to a 302. If I'm not mistaken these were used on 83-93 F-series with a 300, 302, or 351W and 4spd transmission.
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T-18 or NP435?
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T-18 or NP435?
I thought they had the same bolt pattern. I just bolted a NP435 in place of the T-18 in my 84 F250 chassis in May. I used the same bellhousing.



I've got one out of a 87 F250 that had a 5.0L/NP435 4spd. I've also got the hydraulic master & slave cylinder, clutch fork and the block spacer plate.

I'd sell it all for $50.00 shipped.
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Sold. How do you want the payment and how soon can you get it to me? Paypal?
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