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Old February 20th, 2010, 01:14 AM   #1
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tranny HELLLLPPPP!!!!!

so i have an 1987 bronco2 with a 351w and a c6...k so my plans are to swap out the c6 for a np435...the next area is the clutch/bellhousing...so i wana go with a hydro setup...so what do i need to make this change...the tranny is from n older bronco late 70's...the bellhousing is for a 351c so i need to locate a bellhousing...did ford use the np435 in the 80's???the bellhousing will still attach to the older model tranny and is the throw out bearing and the fork gona be the same???someone that knows a little more on these please sheed a little light on this for me...right now im 6000 miles away from my truck and am pretty much in the dark on this...just trying to plan ahead...

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Old February 22nd, 2010, 07:17 AM   #2
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the late 70s bronco bell housing is a 351M is it was the original engine/trans, not c. If it was a C it will bolt up to your windsor

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Old February 22nd, 2010, 08:57 AM   #3
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thanks for the knowledge...just to know that a c bellhousing will work on the windsor...it will kinda broden the search...i just wana find out what i can do for a clutch set up...i think the hydrolic will be best...

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