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Old 12-14-2012, 02:30 AM   #1
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Hi, I need any of the following:
-flywheel bolts for sbf
-sbf engine to t5 bellhousing bolts (7/16X14X1.5)
-bellhousing to t5 transmission bolts (12mmX40mm 1.75 pitch)
-fox body lower shift boot for t5 transmission
-t5 shift **** (multiple styles would work)
-t5 bellhousing clutch fork, clutch fork cover, and hardware
-fox body block plate (motor plate) for t5 cars
-a t5 shift lever that goes towards driver a good bit
I am doing a t5 swap on my 69 coupe and I really don't feel like spending tons of money on the small things. PM me with the price if you have something!
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