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post #1 of 1 Old 10-01-2004, 07:30 AM Thread Starter
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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!!!


"It's more fun doing it in aJEEP"

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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