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Re: trans tech help



I believe it's a 1962 Plymouth bought as a roller (no drive train).   A 1965 413 engine that came with transmission and PB cables attached is what he is trying to put in the 1962. I'll double check with him.

Thanks,
Gary H.   

>  -------Original Message-------
  
>  # 3  The 62 trans has the brake drum on the output shaft, huh?
>  
>    Jimmy
>  
>  On 5/19/15, Jimmy    wrote:
>  > 1 Why?
>  > 2 The 65 doesn't have one, but I don't see why you can't remove the
>  > comb  from the 62 an put on the 65 trans?
>  > 3 Why?
>  >
>  >
>  > Jimmy
>  >
>  >
>  > On 5/19/15, Gary H. wrote:
>  >> While the mail list message volume has slowed, let me bring this question
>  >> up
>  >> again.
>  >>
>  >> To recap, how to put a 1965 console TorqueFlite into a 1962 Plymouth with
>  >> push buttons:
>  >>
>  >> Steps:
>  >>
>  >> 1  change the cable adapter
>  >> 2  change the rooster comb
>  >> 3 MAYBE need a block off plate for the parking brake housing?
>  >>
>  >> For 1 and 2, change from what to what?
>  >> For 3, true or false?
>  >>
>  >> Thanks,
>  >> Gary H.
>  >>
>  >>
>  >>
>  >>>  -------Original Message-------
>  >>
>  >>>
>  >>>  Thanks. Yes, he has a 1965 console trans hooked to P.B. setup.  The
>  >>> mods
>  >>> required with steps (and  photos if possible) would help a lot of Mopar
>  >>> fans.
>  >>>
>  >>>  Gary H.
>  >>>
>  >>>
>  >>>  >  -------Original Message-------
>  >>>  >  From: Bill M
>  >>>  >
>  >>>  >  From my research to go the other way (earlier trans for use on a 65
>  >>>  >  console shift) the cable adapter and rooster comb must be swapped.
>  >>>  >  He'll need a block off plate for the parking brake housing...I
>  >>> think!
>  >>>  >
>  >>>  >  Bill M
>  >>
>  >>
>  >> There is a fellow with a 1962 Plymouth who is trying to put a 1965
>  >> TorqueFlite into his car. He is confused about what to do. He has the
>  >> original 1962 PB cables in the Plymouth now.
>  >>
>  >> So I need to add some specifics to the transmission tech tips page.
>  >> http://www.1962to1965mopar.ornocar.com/transtech.html
>  >>
>  >> Under the heading "cable adapters" there is a sentence "Adapters and
>  >> cables
>  >> are not interchangable between P.B. and console models." There is a B&W
>  >> graphic there but if I could get some photos of the difference that would
>  >> help.
>  >>
>  >> Under the heading  62-65 727 torqueflight interchange there is a sentence
>  >> "The 1965 torqueflight can be used with P.B. with a minor valvebody/cable
>  >> mod." If I can get what the exact mods need are (photos too if possible)
>  >> I
>  >> will add that.
>  >>
>  >> Any help and advice is appreciated.
>  >>
>  >> Thanks,
>  >> Gary H.
>  >>>
> 

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