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LT1 and 4L60E going in a 1950 3100 #1329726 Sun Oct 13 2019 01:21 PM
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Rocket man Offline OP
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Anyone else out there doing the above combo? I plan to install an aftermarket Mustang II on my truck. What issues if any did you run into?

Re: LT1 and 4L60E going in a 1950 3100 [Re: Rocket man] #1334160 Mon Nov 18 2019 02:28 AM
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turnintotruckin Offline
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I’m getting ready to build the frame on my 51 and it has a mustang II front end. I’m planning on using a 350 only because i have one lying around. Do you have pics i can see?
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Re: LT1 and 4L60E going in a 1950 3100 [Re: Rocket man] #1334437 Wed Nov 20 2019 04:39 AM
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You will need to address the center crossmember. It will likely be in the way of your transmission. Even if it isn't, you will have trouble if you ever need to pull the transmission later on.
I cut the middle of of mine, welded drop plates to the stub ends of the remaining ends which are riveted to the frame and welded plates to the ends of the removed center section, and drill holes for bolts so that I could bolt the center back on leaving it about 2 inches lower than it was.


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