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Iron Rock Offroad products - get them from Kolak!High Quality Light Bars at a Lower Price!!!!2006-2010 XK Commander 2" Suspension Lift Kits

Unread 10-01-2004, 07:30 AM   #1
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Help! I am at the the stage (in my frame up rebuild) of trying to fit a 84 TF999 w/ a lock up converter to a 304 engine. I wanted to use the flex plate off my 81 w/ a 258 that did not have a L/U con. I found out that the converters will not interchange on the same flex plate. Here is my ??? , what flex plate can I use that will fit my 304, allow my L/U conv-trans to bolt up and not end up with a nightmare situation trying to find a starter that will work. I don't know if the F/P off of a 4.0 will have the same bolt pattern. I have heard that there is two different bolt patt. used. Can anyone help me get out of this mess ? I am dead in the water on my rbld!!!


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81 CJ7, 304, Edelbrock "Performer" Cam and Intake Manifold TF999 trans, 2" Body lift, 2" suspension Lift. Fiberglass body, Stainless Fuel Tank
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