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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by johnnie, Jun 2, 2010.

  1. johnnie
    Joined: Jan 7, 2009
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    johnnie
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    from indiana

    What the h*ll is this and what does it fit? I appreciate any help I can get!
     

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  2. chaddilac
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    tranny adapter.... Looks like it's been hacke up a little!
     
  3. One end looks like a Toploader.
     
  4. SpeedRacer2002
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    looks like its for a henway
     

  5. Royalshifter
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    from California

  6. ooops
     
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  7. nico32
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    from fdl, wi

    ha... I'm not falling for that one
     
  8. The Hop Walla
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    from Dallas

    I've got one of those screwed to the floor beneath my toilet.

    dka
     
  9. GaryB
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    from Reno,nv

    had a simular adapator T-10 to transfer case in jeep we raced.
     
  10. Ravenwood
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    You have a toilet in your car? :eek: A non-stop trip is really non-stop, eh. :)
     
  11. TERPU
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    Chevy to Jeep

    Tim
     
  12. Antny
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    Prewar Japanese paper weight. Very rare.
     
  13. Don Lyon
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    Hellsfire, thats easy. It's an adapter plate for the Finnegan Pin to Johnson Rod connector on a pre 48 Gaffinator. VERY RARE.
     

  14. But this one is for converting your toilet to Metric.-MIKE:eek::D
     
  15. Harms Way
    Joined: Nov 27, 2005
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    O.K.,... I might be way off base on this, but I did see something like that years ago, to adapt a add on overdrive to a transmission,......
     
  16. johnnie
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    from indiana

    Thanks for the serious comments! Others were quite funny! For those who commented on a value, I never asked! Go pound sand! LOL!
    Now I have a direction for a Jeep/Chevy trans or overdrive Google search.
    Really, thanks to ALL that responded. Just poking at ya!
     
  17. Yep maybe a craiger, looks like the craiger adapter in my '61 pickup.
     
  18. HEATHEN
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    I agree with the "Jeep" part, but the other side looks more like '65-up Ford to me.
     
  19. Francisco Plumbero
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    This mounts early Eljer, Kohler, Mansfield to septic or sewer, You will need a wax gasket.
     
  20. raven
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    Ha, ha...
    a Francisan Plumber...
    what order is that?
    r
     
  21. Papa Tom
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    t 150 jeep trans to t 90 jeep bell housing made by trans dapt
     
  22. Country Gent
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    GUESSTAMATE!! I'd go with the Chevy-Jeep or Chevy to toploader like early Mopar. Big pattern would be the Chevy bellhousing. Small pattern really looks close to old MoparGot a couple of those here. The thickness of this would go along with that as the Mopar had a long input shaft. give us some dimensions of the bolt patterns.
     
  23. johnnie
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    from indiana

    Cool! I will get some measurements soon. It is at my shop, not here at the house.
    Thank you guys very much!
     
  24. johnnie
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    from indiana

    Got some measurements! The thing is 2 5/8 thick. Thanks for all the help!
     

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  25. johnnie
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    from indiana

    Update. Still not positive on the application. Has HOOSIER 4KF2 on the bottom. Large side fits on a '79 460 Ford bell.
     

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  26. BOWTIE BROWN
    Joined: Mar 30, 2010
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    did your wife buy it for ya ? Adapter ...
     

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