i sent an email to gear vendors to see if an o.d unit could be added to my 67 108 230 3 spd. i want to keep the 3 on the tree and not go with an auto o.d. i sent pics so they could see how the tranny is mounted at the tail. the guy i talked to said he thought it could be done so i guess we will see. will keep you all posted.
gear vendors o.d unit.
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Location : San Diego, California
Registration date : 2008-05-12
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If you are dealing with the shop on Magnolia Ave in El Cajon, Ca, that is in my area,,,,,,,,I got your type of 3 speed trans in my 65,,,,,,,I could cruise over there and let them see it,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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cool thanks donivan. ive used them 4 times no problems, they hold up great. they claim to be able to handle 1000hp, the last one iused was behind a huge block and put down 1234 at the wheel and 1360tq in a 68 caprice and it hasnt failed yet.
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Location : Chicago, IL
Registration date : 2008-07-03
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Dear Lord, I'd probably be able to smell that cooked rubber all the way up here
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gv has a unit that fits our vans ( kinda ). you have to make a crossmember for it due to our trans mount and hang it out back, then do the drive shaft. he said it would give a nice split gear between 2nd and 3rd and drop highway rpm by 550. just there kit is 2995.00 . lots of dough just to keep the 3spd. i think i will just leave it alone.
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Location : Amherst, MA
Registration date : 2014-04-22
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thnx for announcin what ur research turned up!