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When a tranny falls in love with a clutch, there comes a time in the relationship where they decide to mate. The tranny puts it's input shaft into the clutch and, uh...... :redface: how much more detail do you need :rolleyes:















OK, maybe just post some pics of what you got and talk to 1fastmopar and he'll help you out. Any questions regarding tranny's should be directed to Quickjet. :))eek:))
 

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The tranny puts it's input shaft into the clutch and, uh...:rolleyes:
LOL....now that was funny!!!!!!

Looking at what I've got, I figure the output shaft on the tranny would need changed to fit into the clutch. What I don't see is how they get bolted together.

Tim
Uh RR 005, I think I see a problem here. It looks like you need to turn her over, er uh, around, uh, ...ah hell.........get ahold of Quickjet. He knows all about trannies.



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Forgot about this thread. A stand alone clutch has a different end plate set-up than one set up for a transmission. If you post some pics of what you've got, one of us should be able to help. Or you can call Scott at Lenco and he can answer your questions.
 
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