DOREE PART 2- 1972 SQUIRE

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  1. LSChero

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    Yes,auto floor shift.May have to find forward bent shifter to clear bench.
     
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    OKAY, will keep that in mind, Thanks JOHN
     
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    I wonder if you could just flip the lever around, like Carroll Shelby did on the original Cobras?
     
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    THANKS
    FRENCH FAN (ERIC) HE GAVE ME A LEAD FOR A T-5 TRANS 35 MILES FROM ME IN Florida
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  5. handy_andy_cv64

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    Nice! If you could swap to a bellhousing or scatter shield with provision for an external slave cylinder, that would be soooo much better than an internal slave, which is what this bellhousing is set up for.
     
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    I am going to run ford factory bellhousing & clutch pedal assembly for the 72 ,
    I have a throw out bearing /clutch /flywheel, got complete SET UP - NEW
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    back to the Body WORK
     
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    Ignorance speaking here. Is this what they call a "toploader?"
     
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  10. handy_andy_cv64

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    Both are similar in the fact that both have a top cover to the gearcase, to access the innards.
     
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    To be honest i had the help of my firend Andy HARBAUGH in OH...
     
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    Well they long "SAY "long distance is the next best thing to being there ,Good job Eric
     
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    s-10 vortex 6 cyl
     
  14. handy_andy_cv64

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    Ooh, that's no bueno. The 6-banger trans doesn't have the torque capacity, even if you only keep the Cleveland bone stock. You have to at least have a gearbox built for a 5.0L or larger engine. But, you can swap the shift tower/rail housing from that one onto the V8 gearbox, to put the shifter forward more.
     
  15. handy_andy_cv64

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    My apologies for busting your bubble, if that is a 4.3L-service trans
     
  16. andrewok1

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    still ALL new to me yet, thanks for your observation
     
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    Believe it or not, on Stationwagonforums, I'm also learning. I'm glad I could impart this to you.
     

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