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Quick Time RM-6073 Mopar Big Block 383-413-440 Bellhousing

Specs
Material Type:
Steel
Weight:
22.00
Sold in Quantity:
Each
Finish:
Painted
Depth:
7.40
Hardware Included:
Yes
SFI Rated:
No
MFG. Part #:
RM-6073
Quick Time RM-6073 Mopar Big Block 383-413-440 Bellhousing

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These strong, lightweight steel bellhousings are just the ticket for installing a Mopar 3 or 4 speed manual transmission behind your favorite V8 engine. We're now offering them for big block 383-440 Mopars.

The compact design allows the bellhousings to fit in tight quarters and most will accommodate up to a 10-1/2" clutch. Set up to use an original style clutch fork and release bearing, but can also be used with hydraulic release bearings.

  • Height = 7.400"
  • Trans. Bore Ø = Universal 4.807/5.125
  • Engine = Mopar 383/400/426/440
  • Trans. = 3-4 speed Mopar
  • Clutch Ø = 10.5"
  • Flywheel = 130 tooth
  • Weight = 22#
  • Fork bracket, full engine plate, and grade 8 bolts included

 

Item Details

Mopar 3 or 4 speed transmission

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Product Q&A

1 questions : 1 answers

will this bell housing fit an A833 transmission 440 & A833 side load transmission is what I have for a combination for power/deivetrain.

1 answers
Youngmoparbuck
April 10, 2015

will this bell housing fit an A833 transmission 440 & A833 side load transmission is what I have for a combination for power/deivetrain.

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April 13, 2015
EricM
The A833 transmission made for Mopar in several of the earlier muscle cars and should work with this Bell housing.
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