Re: 1964 4 speed changesy
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Re: 1964 4 speed changesy



There are bearing size changes that affect that later housing...

First, if you want to retain your gears, you'd need to use 308 bearings rather than 307, and enlarge the hole for the bearing retainer in your bellhousing. or reduce the size of the bearing retainer flange from the later transmission.

Next problem is that the mainshaft is different. It steps down for the overdriven gear in the later A833 and therefore your early third gear won't fit on it. With a mainshaft from a '65 to '73 B, C or E-body transmission you could do it.

It's a snack if you want to put the overdrive gears into the car, But if you want an easy way to retain the original ratios you need to find one from a '65 - '68 model B or C body.

Ray

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