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Old 03-06-2005, 07:14 PM   #1
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will a t45 bolt inplace of t5?

if i were to get a t-45 to replace my sticking tranny would it bolt right up? or do i need to do some modification to the rear end?
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ah yes...forgot about that
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so i guess no one knows lol
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im pretty sure some mods will be necasary since they dont use the same clutches. also you would need a modified drive shaft, i suggest just getting a g-force t-5.
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the T45 bolts to a mod motor. We don't have one of those, so you'd need to build an adapter plate and...yeah, it'd be rough.
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it wont work for many reasons, one being the bellhousing wont line up with the motor, and the stock t-45 bellhousing holds the tranny to it from INSIDE the bellhousing making it a PAIN to slide the trans out....
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