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Thread: 2.8 V6 bellhousing bolt pattern dimensions

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    2.8 V6 bellhousing bolt pattern dimensions

    Hi,
    I am going to make an adapter to mate the 2.8 V6 to a TH350 with the V8 Bellhousing. Would someone have a diagram of the rear of a 2.8 V6 showing the dimensions of the bolt holes and the centerline of the crankshaft etc.? I think there is one in the Chevrolet power book part # 24502488 on page 169??

    Thanks,
    Ryan

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    This is for the 3.5 block, but it's the same pattern...

    http://60degreev6.com/forum/f102/any...6-block-t43535

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    Thank you very much, is the crankshaft in the same place?

    Thanks,
    Ryan

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    I know, but im trying to save some money.

    Thanks anyway though

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    I am almost positive that the crank is in the same position, but here is the diagram out of the Power Manual if you want to verfiy...

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    It's only $65 and is what you are wanting and proven and perfect.

    I can only imagine the quality of the rest of this nightmare!!

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    A Turbo350 behind a small V6. Can I ask why when there were a million or so 700R4's behind the 60 Degree V6, Iron Duke, 3800 and Many others which will all fit?
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    Quote Originally Posted by betterthanyou View Post
    A Turbo350 behind a small V6. Can I ask why when there were a million or so 700R4's behind the 60 Degree V6, Iron Duke, 3800 and Many others which will all fit?
    i guess so there's room to step up to the TH400? or even a powerglide? i can't imagine the 660 that would require a turbo350 let alone the monsters that would need a 400 or PG...
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    Lol,
    Ive got a old 1979 chevrolet monza with a blown 4 cylinder engine and I am going to replace it with a 2.8 v6. I do not want to go through the hassle of installing a different transmission, So I am just going to make an adapter.

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