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Old April 29th, 2004, 09:59 AM
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Are you using a chevy engine? If so get a housing from a 85,86, or 87 chevy pickup as they has hyd. clutch. be sure to get slave and master cyls. too. no linkage to fab and no binding during frame twist.
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Hey scott I know this sounds like sacralige(sp?) but I had a buddy that used a hydraulic clutch through-out from a 87ish toyota. He says just bolt up the piston and run a hose to it.
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Larry,
Hold onto that case and if you're going to the FE bring it. Someone will want to buy it from you and give you a pretty penny for it as it is about the only way to get overdrive in the 715.


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Brian... did I miss understand or?? I can think of a BUNCH of ways to do some cool things in a M-715. For the automatic crowd...

700R4/205 married
700R4/205 Divorced
4L80E/205 of either style.

How about a Th400 with a gear vendors?

Stick shift crowds
NV4500, Clark, Fords ZF, sheesh must be some I am not thinking of..

And personally I would use a Dodge Np202 or a Spicer 21 before I would use a Divorced 205 unless I was running a rather stock drivetrain as far as horsepower...those divorced 205's are considerably weaker than the married versions in most cases due to the smaller input shaft sizes as well as outputs.

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just offering other ideas, and willing to bring MANY divorced 205's to the FE if they are valueable ;-P
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divorced np205 is all 4 32 spline, which is larger and stronger than 10spline married ones
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divorced np205 is all 4 32 spline, which is larger and stronger than 10spline married ones
Agreed...some are. Some are also smaller...International and Dodge both used smaller imputs on earlier years..when we were truck pulling years ago we ran into this issue...I believe I even have one around here someplace.

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i didnt know that. thanks. mine is 32 spline all the way around.. 1350 yokes too
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