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Unread 04-04-2012, 12:39 PM   #1
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t-15 bolt pattern vs. t-150

I'm evaluating my options on mating my t-15 to a sbc, since my sbc was an auto I'll need a bellhousing and an adapter plate. Saw a conversion sbc to t-150,t-176,t-4, t-5 bellhousing on ebay and wondered if it would work with a t-15. Kind of confusing as my research says the t-15 was the same as a t-150 except the t-150 had an cast adapter between the bell and tranny.


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Unread 04-13-2012, 11:34 PM   #2
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I have. one of each, but the T15 is in a Jeep right now. I can tell you that the T14/15 uses a deeper bellhousng as they have longer input shafts then the later CJ manuals. I don't know of a cast adapter. I read the EARLY CJ T18s used one.
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