Not knowing a hole lot about either one of these I had to "gleen" info from a couple hammers here on the board and than try and make some sense out of it all. Didn't want to spend the bucks for the popular made adapters OR have to fight on E-bay for multiple adapters, sandwiched together to make it happen. Here's what I came up with; Parts needed Early baby Hemi bellhousing, may also work on others dunno S-10 5 Speed, Rhino GM clutch kit part #mber 04-054, clutch, pressure plate, throw out bearing, roller pilot bearing. This is a 10 1/2" clutch kit. Stock early Hemi truck? bellhousing and fork. Stock Hemi truck 11" flywheel. Work to make happen; S-10 front bearing cover was about a 1/16" to small so I made a weld bead all the way around, chucked up in lathe and turned down to same I/D as bell housing hole. Once turned down that self centered trans to bell and the 4 mounting holes were located and drilled. Before this could happen I filled all stock bell housing threaded holes and flushed flat. Next drilled and tapped trans mounting holes. Strange as it seems the stock 11" flywheel was also drilled for the Rhino Pressure plate so no drilling and tapping required to mount pressure plate! At this time I lightened up the stock flywheel just for the heck of it. Now the mock up of all parts showed I need a pilot bushing extension, sleeve for inside new Hemi throwout bearing to fit S-10 sleeve. Now the scary stuff, the clutch disc. There was front interference of clutch hub to pilot bearing & extension so I cut the front hub off and welded it to the trans side of clutch using the S-10 splines as a jig so to speak. Even if this is not a good idea at least I have a modified clutch to send off and have made BUT will try this out first. Every thing all mocked up it seems to all work together BUT haven't got the '36 ready for a test drive just yet.