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I have a 34 Plymouth that has a 1940 Dodge (D-14) engine in it. The transmission cross member has been hacked up and a welded to the frame cross member (maybe from the 40 Dodge) installed. Is there a way to identify which transmission I have and which bell housing I have? Bell housing is Cast Number 692605-5 (34, 40?). Transmission is now out of car.
Hello lady's and gentlemen, got a question about starter options to avoid bell housing and fly wheel swap.. Have a d19 motor and trans that I picked up locally that have been recently rebuilt came out of a D19 with a starter with manual starter clutch assembly.. My D24 starter has the drive spring and screw assembly and push button on the dash... Are there any starters out there that will work on the D19 set up for with my dash push button start
Im using a 250 25inch block bellhousing in order to mount a T5 5 speed transmission into a 218 23in block. The bellhousing matched up just right allowing me to use the starter and flywheel that came from the 250 block a buddy of mine recommended that I dial in the bellhousing in order to make sure the transmission is perfectly alligned with the crank/flywheel etc.. He also mentioned to look into using offset dowels in order to get it all perfectly dialed in..... dowel pins?!! I didnt even think about those when I put my flywheel, clutch, and bellhousing on the motor but I do see the need for them. The problem Im having is that the holes for the dowels are different between the bellhousing and the 218 block? The 218 block has much larger diameter where the dowels go in. I hope this is not a stupid question.. Are the dowels really necesary? If so do they make dowels with different sizes on each end? Is it necessary to dial in the bellhousing if the transmission shaft slides in smoothly? I know they make offset dowels to allow you to finely adjust any offset.