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2002 gearbox into a 1600???


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SO, after driving my new 1600 around today, I've determined that it will need a trans rebuild, or at least a good used one installed. I have no intention of a 5 speed in this car, but I have a good 4 speed in a 75 right now. What is involved in swapping it into the 1600?

Al

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the output on the tranie and the dif may be different. seem like you may have to have a customer driveshaft made?

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I do believe the trans are interchangable. You'll have to swap the three bolt output flange from the 1600 tranny to the 2002 one and of course use the 1600 mechanical linkage. But it should fit without issues.

WH

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That's what I was thinking. Swap the flange, use the 1600 linkage, and good to go. I guess I'll find out later this year, if this old box makes it that long! It seems that no amount of rev matching will help it find 2nd smoothly. Still have to 2 finger shift it, VERY SLOWLY.

Al

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