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later 930 gbox early flywheel

My question is two in one.

Firstly, I'm not shortening this gearbox. I've seen it done, I've done some research. I don't want to get into that debate. I do what I do.

But....I still haven't seen an early 930 engine with 6 bolt 240mm flywheel ever used with a 78-on clutch.
Will that fit and then if it fits, where am I with the extra space the longer trans bell housing has in relation to the placement of the throw out bearing?
I have the 930 clutch cable but still have a few loose ends to tie up.
BTW the m10 bolts will not be used, I'll helicoil the 930 stub axles to work with m8 size bolts and axles the na cars run. That's not a weak link. At least not at this power level, I'll cross that later when I have the funds to go faster if ever.
So please keep the discussion to those two questions? 67-77 flywheel and 78-on clutch...
and will it all work together?
I don't see why not but there is something missing in my brain when it comes to that 1.1 inch of extra length. It's like that mystery that I can't seen to grasp, I'm sure it's easy but I'm a simple man.....not that I want to start using pam on my bare unpainted quarter panels simple but you know...
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It's all in the pressure plate, If you use the 78 and up pressure plate with the later transmmission it will all bolt up.
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OK but, as you probably know, the 75-77 crank is a six bolt crank. The 78-on is nine. Sooooo no possible use of the 78 flywheel.
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Use the standard 76 6 bolt flywheel, it will work with the later pressure plate.
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So please keep the discussion to those two questions?
Does that mean that you don't want to hear how this . . .




. . . and this . . .




. . . will solve all of your transmission install problems?!?!

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That's not exactly what I was referring to but it applies. Did you catch my Pam comment? You don't read everything I type?
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^^^ Yes, I saw the Pam comment and meant to suggest that you add it directly to the paint mix instead of spraying it on the raw panels!
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There ya go, extra shinny
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Use the standard 76 6 bolt flywheel, it will work with the later pressure plate.
This but with a kitten.
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^^^ Maybe Paul will loan out one of his Christmas critters to help Brandon get the job done?!?!

On second thought, Paul needs all the help he can get - he sees a nut and thinks "should I turn it or rub it"!!!

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Haha. Where is that dude?
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I dunno. I was going to bump the trainwreck thread but then I thought do I really care enough to poke the dog?
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Shhhh, don't wake him.
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oh my

_must_

_resist_

_the LAYUPS_

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...is something missing in my brain when it comes to that 1.1 inch of extra length.
Hey now! Seems then you've picked an ahem FITTING "partner" then w/ Ronknees - he no worry about that "1.1 inch of extra length"!!!

1.1 inch, total - now you're on track.
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do I really care enough to poke the dog?
Well, Ronknees certainly doesn't - yet - does that stop him from er um uh "such"?

???

TexASS, remember.

Poor dog.

Tho...

... that 1.1incher prob ain't that much impact to the dog.

Depends on the dog tho, I s'pose?

Ronknees?
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I dunno. I was going to bump the trainwreck thread but then I thought do I really care enough to poke the dog?
hold on now... you don't really think dipshiit and my banter is SERIOUS

do you?

???

!!!

I've heard that from others here/there (where Ronkness 'takes it'), and am always fookin floored / amazed that folks miss the nuance.

Playground shenanigans, 'tis all.


ps. hey Brando... I be getting mah Vegas on (diferent than Ronknees on tour as "Rhonda", mind you) last week of Feb fer a conference. Dunno on the freetime-ability, buuuuuuuuuuuuut (where Ronknees predominantly "takes it")... you / me / bierz, I say!!!
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This but with a kitten.
btw, bwhahahahahahaa... awesome.

This shiit... will never... grow old.

Sorry.

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