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Re: 413 in a '57 Plymouth? Better get the Imperial's tranny,too!

From: Daven Anderson
Email: dnadaven@hotmail.com
Remote Name: 65.59.21.122
Date: January 26, 2003
Time: 21:00:36

Comments

You'll have to get the Imperial's transmission too. "B" engines (350-361-383-413,etc.) are a different bellhousing pattern than "A" engines (277-301-318,etc.), and since 1958 was the first year a "B" engine was offered in a Plymouth (the 350 Golden Commando) that rules out your '57's transmission. On the motor mounts, you best bet is to reuse the '57's mounts and modify them to fit the 413. The Imperial's mounts are diiferent, but they may also work if modified (hard to say from here!)

 


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