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... to all of you who set me on the right path. Took all of 30 minutes once I got started -- and yes, Mom (LOL), I put in the block plate, stress plate, used sealer on the flexplate bolts, pushed the torque converter in until I felt three engagements, and it all went together so smoothly.

If only my students listened to me like I listened to you!



Cecil Bozarth

1966 GT Coupe (Tahoe Turquoise with black pony interior)

1994 GT Convertible
 

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As 66shawn mentioned in the other thread, give it a spin with the crank bolt and a ratchet ... should spin easily (with no spark plugs installed, anyway). If it passes that test, it's time to drop that sucker in!

If you always do what you've always done,
You'll always get what you've always got

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Congrats!!! What you've accomplished is very satisfying.

I bet you can't wait to get your engine/tranny in the car and go for a spin (or burnout)!!

Thanks,

Mike
'66 Springtime Yellow Coupe
289, slightly warmed over
driven daily
 
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