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Old July 22nd, 2014, 05:44 PM   #21
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We actually have a t15 not a t150
The t15 is stronger but I don't know about length differences
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We actually have a t15 not a t150
The t15 is stronger but I don't know about length differences
IIRC, the T15 is longer, mostly due to a longer input shaft and bellhousing. I believe the T15 is also a 1-1/8" clutch, where the T150 is 1-1/16, but thats not a big deal since its apart.

I had a factory T15 in my 1975 CJ5, and the bellhousing was close to 8" deep, compared to the typical ~6.5" of the other transmissions.
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IIRC, the T15 is longer, mostly due to a longer input shaft and bellhousing. I believe the T15 is also a 1-1/8" clutch, where the T150 is 1-1/16, but thats not a big deal since its apart.



I had a factory T15 in my 1975 CJ5, and the bellhousing was close to 8" deep, compared to the typical ~6.5" of the other transmissions.

Nevermind then lol
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