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#1469423 Mon Oct 03 2022 06:50 PM
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What is the spline count on the original 1946 Chevrolet Truck 4spd transmission and the pilot bushing size? The front spline that goes into the flywheel and clutch disc.

I had read somewhere 10 count spline. Can anyone verify that?


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Originally Posted by Dltalfa
What is the spline count on the original 1946 Chevrolet Truck 4spd transmission and the pilot bushing size? The front spline that goes into the flywheel and clutch disc.

I had read somewhere 10 count spline. Can anyone verify that?

Rock Auto lists clutch parts for a 1946 truck. Chevy did not make a lot of changes. Sometimes things stayed the same for decades.
Here are pictures and info from RockAuto for the 1946 truck clutch kit. Details say 10 spline with a 1.125” diameter input shaft. Flat diaphragm pressure plate.

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