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Chevy 350 to Toy 4spd-short travel clutch?

Discussion in '40- & 55-Series Tech' started by Torg, Aug 12, 2003.

  1. Torg

    Torg

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    I've got a 350 mated to a Toy 4spd in a 74 fj-55. I've tried the longer travel slave cylinder with no luck. It works but not well. Can someone tell me the best flywheel, pressure plate, disc, thro-out bearing to make this thing shift smooth? I'm looking for whatever the parts are that they sell in the expensive kits.
     
  2. woody

    woody unhelpful spotter Staff Member Admin

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    what adapter are you using?

    I ran a 350 to AA bellhousing to Toy stock 4-speed and ran a Centerforce Clutch, per their recommendation. NO complaints, worked great, well worth the lack of hassle...IMO...
     
  3. cruiserman

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    I've got a low cone diaphgram, 11" clutch from a chevy nova in my rig. Using fj40 slave cylinder.
     
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    If ya have the funds, do it right. Follow Woodys advice and get the centerforce. It was designed specifically for this application and it really does work awesome.