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Old 08-07-2007, 14:50   #1 (permalink)
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will a 302 bolt right in with the 250 bellhousing? or was there a time span where all engines fit into the same bellhousing? or do i just sound stupid? i know ill have to swap/replace external things like fuel pump and radiator etc. but im just wondering if i need a new bellhousing.


im just going on by what someone has told me.
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Re: bellhousing

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will a 302 bolt right in with the 250 bellhousing? or was there a time span where all engines fit into the same bellhousing? or do i just sound stupid? i know ill have to swap/replace external things like fuel pump and radiator etc. but im just wondering if i need a new bellhousing.


im just going on by what someone has told me.
some of the 250s were 5 bolt. as long as both motors are 6 bolt it will fit.
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