Thanks alot BLS33, Cleaned 'em up and switched 'em out and it dropped right in.
Whats that bar that goes from one frame rail to the other right under the oil pan and connects using a couple motor mount bolts? Is it only used with V8's?
I have a T-18A that i plan to put in my cj7 along with a 360. The problem is i don't have a bellhousing. From what I've read all amc bellhousing will bolt up to a 360. But will my t-18 bolt onto the bellhousing that's already on the jeep? The tranny in it right now is a T-4.
ok i have two options t18 with a dana 20 .. or a t176 and a 300 .. what would be the best options in gearing and all around durability .? i know the t18 is stronger but the 176 has a little better gear for the road.
The insurance company said its high RISK but i said no no its full width ...
I keep reading that any AMC block will fit any AMC tranny. But no one ever talks about the little 150 4banger. I know, I know, not a real engine, but it chugs right along...when I do decide to do anything to it do I build a 304 or 360? Should I just plan on rebuilding my 150? I'm happy dealing with lower HP but What are my REAL options?
I could bore the 4 cyl, I have found a header for it, new carb etc. but what I need to know is will the bigger AMC motors fit my drivetrain? I can build an engine but I can't afford to swap out the whole driveline...
The "Iron Duke" is the 151, which if memory serves does have a Chevy bell housing, although it was made by someone else, Pontiac I think. Are you sure you have the 150? If you do have the 151 swapping a SBC may not be the best idea because your tranny is probably pretty light duty.