Re: [Chrysler300] Tranny exchange
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Re: [Chrysler300] Tranny exchange





Hi Larry,

 Change rear axle to 70 e body redo park brakes / cabling to rear axle , not use park cable in trans , gets 727 trans into F , special drive shaft  but 60 413 crank is different . Sticks out more. Need 62 up 413 , 426 or 440 . So answer is , I guess,--  it depends... 
not sure if K has drum on tail -- but has the 4  bolts. ? 62 63 64 65 ? Some of the 65?. These are the only  727 B  block with push buttons into valve body . But it has a small converter input shaft . Limits converter choice . "Not supported" 
Have been working on push buttons onto 518 . (48RH), early / mid 90's dodge truck.  If doing all this might as well get OD. But 518 only came for A block . Forces you to early hemi . Well, that is a good force. Story of my life. 

Have a 440 , pb 727 , e body axle in 60 matador . Same car as F . It had no driveline to start with . Came out great . But not a 300F , would not mess up an F. 

Better to get a Don Verity super cast iron F or G trans , having gone through all that .!! They work.. !
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On Mar 1, 2017, at 6:38 PM, Larry Jett LarryWJett@xxxxxxxxx [Chrysler300] <Chrysler300-noreply@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Is there any practical way to use a 300K torqueflight in a 300F?

I want my children to have all the things I couldn't afford....then I want to move in with them.      Phyllis Diller




 
 

                                                                     




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