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    Default olds to chevy

    will the pto off of an olds fit a chevy? or is this a straight stupid question?
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    Default Pto

    The only items you can use is the driveline and alternator all the rest will be sold with the Oldsmoobile, Maybe the carb if it's a 750 holley or larger.
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    That would be a NO. The flywheel bolt pattern is different......Ray
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    When I swapped mine I almost bought a new pto then I found out that all I need was the pto flange that bolts to the ringgear. looks like this

    if you have a ring on your ringgear that looks like that you can just get the flange
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    No it won't work, the flange setup will work.

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    Default Flange

    It depends on what you have now. If your driveline bolted directly to the crank, the flange won't help you. If your old set up bolted to a flange, (doubtful), then the Chevy drive flange will solve your problem...... The type that bolts to 4 of the 6 flywheel bolts do not have 4 symmetrical holes to bolt to the drive flange. It depends on what you had before......Ray

    PS What ever you wind up using, make sure the spline doesn't bottom out on the shaft. It WILL wipe out the thrust bearing in the motor..........
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    ok well lets make this easy, whos got a water outlet and a pto they want to sell me? cheap cheap cheap please! it is the final 2 pieces to get that olds paper wait out for good!
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    also, are the h bars universal to the pto flange? or do i need one of those also?
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    H bars will be fine.
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