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Technical sbc bell housing 33925505

Discussion in 'Traditional Hot Rods' started by BuckeyeBuicks, Oct 6, 2019.

  1. BuckeyeBuicks
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    from ohio

    My neighbor kid it trying to put together a model A coupster with junk yard parts. He has a 59 283 and is gathering parts to put a 3 speed trans in it. I gave him a bell housing with the casting number 33925505 but don't remember what it is off of and can't find that number in any of my books He has a million questions and wants to know what every part he uses comes off of..Can any one help me out?
     
  2. squirrel
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    perhaps it's really 3925505? might find more info with that search?

    68-72 truck bellhousing, it probably has the large center hole, and he'll need to be careful about what transmission he installs, so it fits properly. There's a spacer ring available to use the car transmission in that bellhousing, I think.
     
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  3. BuckeyeBuicks
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    Thanks Jim, I could very well wrote the number down wrong. Now that I think of it I did part out a 69 C10 about 20 years ago. I have a few more sbc bell housings around that I know are off of car engines. I don't want to cause the kid any more problems than he has now. I have a Saginaw 4 speed and shifter I think I will donate to his project, that should put a smile on his face!
     
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  4. If it has mounting flanges on each side with a 1/2 bolt hole its a truck bell. The early truck bells for the 318 Muncie trans have a small diameter center hole. The later trucks that used the full syncro Saginaw three speed have like Jim stated a larger diameter center . V8 bellhousings 002.JPG
     
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