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429cid centerforce bellhousing question
#1
HI all

I decided to change from zoom to centerforce clutch. I heard bad stories from them and they are really really stiff.

I heard about the centerforce that they work pretty well and because i have a centerforce flywheel ill gonna use a c-cluch too.
It will be the dual friction 11" for Sb-ford
But

They told that they dont fit on a stock bellhousing.
I have a 4spd wide toploader and using a stock clutch fork.

Wich Bellhousing should i use?
And is there a way to install the newer clutch fork that i can use a clutch cable kit instead to a semi-hydraulic?

Thanks
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#2
We recently installed a Centerforce II on my '71 M-code
with wide toploader and it works great. Very smooth
action and predictable. Don't know what they mean by
won't fit a stock housing, my car is pure stock with matching date codes.

mike

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#3
I will try and let you know

Regards
Andreas
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