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Transmission Swap


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03-03-03, 06:56 PM   #1  
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Transmission Swap

I have a 1972 Gran Torino with a 351 Cleveland, C-4 transmission that's making weird grinding noises. I also have a 1975 E-150 with a 300L and C-6 transmission that works just fine. Is it going to be a simple in-n-out? Which torque converter do I use? Any little tricks anyody can help me cheat with?

In case I was unclear, I'm keeping the Cleveland in the Torino. I only want to swap trannies.

 
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03-04-03, 03:56 AM   #2  
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Call up a junkyard that uses the Hollander interchange system and ask that very question, since you know both applications.

My car? I'd have the stock unit rebuilt. Probably better off anyhow.

 
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03-04-03, 10:13 AM   #3  
Don't think they will bolt up, the bellhousing patterns are not the same. The C-6 case and bellhousing are one piece. The C-4 bellhousing is seperate.

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