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Old 02-01-2005, 07:46 PM   #1
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ok i if I buy a 1965-69 stang with a 289 is it possible to match a t-5 up to it? and how hard would it be to put a newer 5.0 a matching t-5 and a costume drive shaft and rearend in too it? i mean i kno it would be alot of work but i dont think it would be overly hard. 64 im looking for you input. thanks for the help
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your gonna have to talk to fast 64 about that one
btw im looking in to it (doing some searches)
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the swap is quite simple. mustangs plus sells driveshafts for the swap, and if you dont mind converting to a cable clutch, you can use a late model 5.0 bellhousing. if you want to keep your stock clutch linkage(you are a fool if you do so in my opinion) then you just need a top loader to T5 adaptor plate. as far as the clutch is concerned, you can use the long style pressure plate(if you are keeping your stock linkage), and use a disc for the
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check this http://www.2mfffabshop.com/rod.htm
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^ man with the info. i think this could be beast, a 60s modded 289 running though a 5 spd with a set of disc brakes.
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