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#733155 - 06/24/06 06:44 AM chevy 350 to np435
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What kind of clutch, pressure plate, and throw out bearing should I use for this setup? (chevy 350 to ford np435 tranny). also what kind of pilot bearing would fit?
1981 cj5 12.50x33 mt baja claw radials 350 chevy engine np435 tranny dana 300 4 inch superlift 3 inch body lift scout dana 44's front and rear and dana 300 twin stick.
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#733156 - 06/24/06 12:02 PM Re: chevy 350 to np435 [Re: soc]
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Check this link out, good info about the NP435.


#733157 - 06/24/06 05:50 PM Re: chevy 350 to np435 [Re: soc]
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Well since you will be using the PROPER flywheel for the chevy engine you have I'd guess you will also need the matching chevy plate and clutch..
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