Advance Adapters Chevy Bellhousing - 712548 |

Advance Adapters Chevy Bellhousing - 712548

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Kit fits 1976-79 T-150 (1980-86) SR-4, T-4, T-5, and T-176/177 Jeep CJ transmissions. Transmission requires new 6 cylinder input shaft part #81314. For use with 1957-95 Chevy V8s and 4.3 V6. No driveline modifications required. The nose cone on the starters will have to be changed to # 1984097 168 nose cone. This bellhousing depth is 6.625. Kit includes: bellhousing, 2 special pilot bushings, dust cover plate and mounting hardware. This kit requires use of stock GM 168 or 153 tooth car flywheel. Other parts needed: 10-1/2 or 11 conversion disc and clutch cover assembly and part #614038 release bearing. This requires 1980-83 GM 4 cylinder slave cylinder and hose when using hydraulic clutch control system.

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5.0 Very nice easy to install.

The only thing is offer some clutch fork options along with the bell housing?

from Trinidad Colorado |


Question & Answers

3 Answered questions

Q: Thanks for the info on the housing and clutch fork. The chev 350 I have is a 90 model from a pickup , What clutch,pressure plate combo do you recommend? Thanks, rlpfly Answer this question

A: Hi Ripfly I prefer the Centerforce Dual Friction clutches my self. Great holding power easy pedal pressure Thank you

Answered by Stevie on 11/29/2013

Q: Is #614038 release bearing a GM part number? And what clutch fork do I need for a GM 350 to T-150 trans using this bell housing? Answer this question

A: ripfly- Thanks for the question. The #614038 release bearing is a national bearing brand number that should be available at any auto parts store. For the release fork you will need to re-use your stock release bearing fork.

Answered by DP on 10/22/2013

Q: will this work for a chevy 305 with an 11 inch clutch and external slave cylinder? Answer this question

A: This Advanced Adapters Bellhousing is made to work with all small block chevy V8's using a 10.5" or 11" clutch and en external slave cylinder

Answered by DP on 07/16/2013


Advance Adapters got its start in Downey, California in 1971 with a single adapter mating a Muncie car 4-speed to a Jeep Dana 18 transfer case. Eventually headers, overdrives, motor mounts and linkage brackets were added to the offerings to complement their core adapter components. When interest in rock crawling spiked in the mid-1990s, Advance Adapters offered low ratio transmission swaps then switched gears into the ultra-low gear transfer case arena. Today, the company is based in Paso Robles, California and their engine and transmission conversions for Jeeps are in kit form and sold as individual components. Shop Advance Adapters Now