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PostPosted: Tue, Nov 17 2015, 9:08 pm    Post subject: T5 build Reply with quote

I finally have this T5 transmission done. It's going in an old Chevy with a 235. and the original closed driveshaft. It's a NWC S10 case, with a 4.09 first gear, a shortened Jeep input shaft to match the 235 clutch spline, no need for an adapter. It has a Jeep output shaft, recut to a 1.38" by 23 Toyota spline, a Spicer yoke for a Tundra with a 1310 Ujoint, with a fabricated yoke to fit the 1 1/16" by 10 Chevy driveshaft. It has a Jeep 4x4 extension housing, modified for an electronic speedometer, and a pressed in/welded insert for a Toyota tailshaft bushing and seal. Then an adapter that bolts on with a cup for the Chevy torque ball, and a flange to hold the torque ball retainer. the adapter is two pieces, only because I did not have one piece thick enough. The shifter is a combination of S10 and Jeep parts adapted to move the shifter 1" forward of the original position. S10 shifter base and detent block, and a Jeep lower shift lever, with a adapter/spacer to make it work.

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PostPosted: Tue, Nov 17 2015, 10:22 pm    Post subject: Re: T5 build Reply with quote

enjenjo wrote:
I finally have this T5 transmission done. It's going in an old Chevy with a 235. and the original closed driveshaft.

...to make it work.


Nice work, making it work. Quite a mouthful of modifications required to suit the desire, but I'm sure the extra range of gearing will be well worth it.
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PostPosted: Wed, Nov 18 2015, 1:09 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Is this the one that you posted the shifter mods on about a year ago?
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PostPosted: Wed, Nov 18 2015, 1:51 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

kb426 wrote:
Is this the one that you posted the shifter mods on about a year ago?


No, that one was a late Mustang T5 into a Chevy pickup.

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PostPosted: Wed, Nov 18 2015, 6:19 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Have you used most of the parts from that collection you started some time ago? Seems like you bought a dozen trannys? You found a great use for a NWC!
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Have you used most of the parts from that collection you started some time ago? Seems like you bought a dozen trannys? You found a great use for a NWC!


I have used up most of them, but I bought a bunch more. Very Happy I have a whole stack of them out in the barn.

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PostPosted: Tue, Nov 24 2015, 7:06 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I like your quick attach for your engine stand. I'm learning more about being in the correct position while working. Smile
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