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[For Sale] Manual tranny conversion parts
#1
Wrench 
Hey guys,
I have leftovers from our conversion to the 5-speed and need to get them outta the garage! I have them on CL, too, but want to offer these to 7173 members for whatever you guys think they are worth. Lemme know...

FSB Bellhousing
Spacer plate
Index plate ( new)
Throw out bearing ( new)
Throw out arm
Clutch fork
Flywheel with fresh cut - like new!

Pix- cuz I know you like 'em!
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"A really great man is known by three signs-generosity in the design, humanity in the execution, moderation in success." -Otto VanBismark

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#2
How much did your t5 swap cost you total? im considering saving up to convert from fmx.

If you don't have time to do it right the first time, you sure as Hell don't have time to do it right the second time.

Dutch uncle
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#3
fyi 
Kid,
I scouted CL for a while and found a guy that pulled the 5 speed tremec out of his Eleanor (he went with 3 speed auto race set up). I paid $1500 for the whole set up- from flywheel back, including shifter. I also got the clutch pedal and linkage- of course these are from a 67 so they're just conversation pieces.
I digress-
My going in cost was $1500. Since I went the cheap route and didn't put the hydraulic clutch system in, I wasn't able to use the bell housing above, so I had to buy one that would accept the Modern Driveline cable setup-another $200 w/ index plate. The flywheel above wasn't the right balance, so it was replaced. Miscellaneous this and that, new clutch, bearing, drive shaft shortened, new speedo cable, cross member, etc etc. I'm in it about $2,500. We did all the install work ourselves thanks to a friend with a lift.

While we love the 5 speed for the added economy and fun to drive factor, we're already looking towards phase 2- upgrading to a 5 or 6 speed auto unit.

Good luck with your swap- let me know if you have questions - happy to share our experiences.

"A really great man is known by three signs-generosity in the design, humanity in the execution, moderation in success." -Otto VanBismark

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#4
Thanks! I already got 1000 saved up, I'll let you know when I get there!

If you don't have time to do it right the first time, you sure as Hell don't have time to do it right the second time.

Dutch uncle
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#5
Is that bellhousing for a toploader?

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#6
I have no idea what they are worth, but I may be interested. What engine/transmission combination are they from?

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Mike
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#7
Apologies to all for the lack of attention to this post. I recently had a little "repair work" done so I haven't been keeping up with this as timely as I should have.

captthundarr;196588 Wrote:Is that bellhousing for a toploader?

Captain,
The bellhousing was attached to a tremec 3550 when I got it- does that help?

MikeGriesr;196871 Wrote:I have no idea what they are worth, but I may be interested. What engine/transmission combination are they from?

PM Sent.....

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#8
What kind of headers are you using with the clutch cable if any?
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