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Advance Adapters Conversion Bellhousing - 712567

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PRODUCT OVERVIEW

This kit is designed to fit the GM block with a 153T flywheel. This adapter bellhousing assembly is used to adapt the GM 4.3, V8 to the Jeep AX15, 5 speed manual transmissions. The bellhousing kit includes a 356 T-6 aluminum bellhousing, universal dust cover plate, pilot bushing, AX15 bearing retainer assembly, seal, throw-out arm, slave cylinder push rod, slave cylinder push rod end, ball pivot, fastening hardware, and adapter instructions. Note: When using a 168th flywheel use kit 712567V Note: GM 4.3 V6 conversion applications with a 168th flywheel will experience header interference with the slave cylinder & throw-out arm. At that time, it is recommended that a muffler shop custom make an exhaust down pipe. Transmission: The AX15 was used in model years 1989-99. It has a overall transmission case length of 24.00 inch. The output shaft has a positive stick out and is 23 spline. The AX15 was found coupled to the Jeep 4.0L. Through out the years we have seen two different input pilot tip dimensions. 1989-95 used a .590 inch diameter. 1997-99 used a .750 inch diameter. Required Clutch Options: P/N 716213 Slave Cylinder P/N 383271 10.5 inch Clutch Disc P/N N1430 Throw-Out Bearing P/N CF360056 10.5 inch Pressure Plate

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Q: I need an adapter to mate a 1955 265 chevy. engine to a 1990 jeep wrangler with an ax15 5 speed trany.engine has a 168 tooth flywheel Answer this question

A: The Advance Adapters Conversion bellhousing will adapt a small block chevrolet to a jeep ax15 bu you will probably need to change out your flywheel for a different unit due to interference issues.

Answered by DP on 08/04/2013

Manufacturer

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

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