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Old 10-23-2011, 01:09   #1 (permalink)
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Will a 460 bellhouse bolt on a 351m tranny?

I am doing a motor swap in a 78 ford manual 4WD from a 351m to a 460. I know the 351m bellhousing will bolt up to the 460 but there are many issues with this. What i am wondering is if i get a 460 bellhousing will this bolt and fit right on the tranny that the 351m bellhouse was bolted to?
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Re: Will a 460 bellhouse bolt on a 351m tranny?

This may help. List of Ford bellhousing patterns - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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