I haven’t seen this anywhere so I thought I’d start a new thread. I have a 1973 FJ40 that had a Chevy 350 mounted to a Toyota 3 speed via a plate adapter. The transmission and transfer case were dumping out fluid so I removed them with the intentions of replacing with a GM SM465. I couldn’t ever get the output shaft tapped and then ended up cracking the output shaft trying to remove a broken tap so that didn’t work out. I’m going to have my rig on the road a little more so I just got an H42 transmission out of a 1977 truck. I also just got a Downey bellhousing/adapter from a fellow mud member. I was looking at it and it looks like I can just move the pivot ball to the drivers side and try my current clutch setup. Has anybody ever used their slave cylinder on the drivers side with a Downey bellhousing. All of the threads I have seen show moving to the passenger side but that’s because they didn’t previously have a 3 speed setup. My slave cylinder is mounted to the frame and the rod pushed a GM clutch fork. Looks like the throwout bearing was GM too. I bought a low profile pressure plate for the SM465 project that I think would work with this. If my angles and distance of the push rod of the slave cylinder on the drivers side will line up, can I do it this way? I have no problem moving stuff to the passenger side but it just looks like it might work how it already is.