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    Default 4 Speed even pull?

    How does this kit bolt under the tranny? On the front bolts or rear?

    http://gantos.us/index.php?main_page...mage&pID=10782

    Thanks

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    The side w/ the studs bolts on top of the tranny plate in front of the trans using the trans-plate bolts
    The slider w the lock nuts goes under the tranny using the forward studs under the trans itself

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    sweet, thanks

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    You will probably need longer case studs. I did on mine, otherwise I could barely get a nut on the stud, much less a washer and nut.

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    My case studs worked fine as they were.

    Do recommend this thing. Makes it a walk in the park adjusting the tranny and keeping it there.

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