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Old 02-05-2012, 12:59 AM   #1
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FMX T-5 swap question

I have a 1973 grande with the 351c and I got a good deal on a T-5 off a 5.0 fox. I know it bolts up easy to a 351w but what about the cleveland?
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Mmmmm I don't believe so, although I can not say for certain. You might ask Trojan Horse, he may be able to assist you with this one idk.
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I believe all small blocks share the same bolt pattern so it should work. I think all you need is a 157 tooth flywheel.
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Mmmmm I don't believe so, although I can not say for certain. You might ask Trojan Horse, he may be able to assist you with this one idk.
I'm sure he saw this thread, he would have replied if he had the answer I'm sure.
I really hope I can use the T5, I've heard so much good about it.
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Re: FMX T-5 swap question

Same bolt pattern.
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Awsome! what about spline size etc?
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Re: FMX T-5 swap question

That's up to the transmission you use, Big or small block input shaft.
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