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From: Kenny J.
Remote Name: 22.214.171.124
Date: May 29, 2002
Since most A-833 overdrives wound up behind Slant Sixes and LA 318s, were they built as beefy as the earlier A-833 four speeds behind the 340/360/383/400/440 perfomance engines? If not, I would guess one could install the heavier duty bearings, etc. I suppose a Viper tranny would do the best as far as gear selection goes...what, six speeds forward? During 1986, I helped move friends out here. I towed a twin axle U-Haul trailer loaded with stuff and carried four adults from Wisconsin to Nevada in my '59 Impala...with drum brakes and a single master cylinder...what was I thinking??????