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t-5 swap adapter
#830254 Mon Feb 27 2012 04:38 PM
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hoozat Offline OP
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can somebody point me in the right direction, can anyone tell me where to get a t-5 granny adapter, who sells them? I'm ready to do my swap and can't find a dealer for the adapter.......thanks

Re: t-5 swap adapter
hoozat #830259 Mon Feb 27 2012 04:46 PM
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Try Buffalo Enterprises. I think he can help.http://www.inliners.org/buffalo/index.htm


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Re: t-5 swap adapter
jhannigan #830278 Mon Feb 27 2012 05:41 PM
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What are you putting the T5 in? Not all need an adapter.


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Re: t-5 swap adapter
Pre '68 Dave #830389 Mon Feb 27 2012 11:50 PM
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46 1/2 ton short bed

Re: t-5 swap adapter
hoozat #830492 Tue Feb 28 2012 04:36 AM
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Hoozat
Try these different sites.

Bendtsen's
He'll even set up a clutch kit for ya.

Hamilton Intakes
The site will explain what will work for their adapter.

old post but look at the last two post on page one.

Hope this helps,
Bread


Last edited by Bread; Tue Feb 28 2012 04:38 AM.
Re: t-5 swap adapter
Bread #830495 Tue Feb 28 2012 04:44 AM
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I used Buffalo. You have to call him. Sent him my input bearing retainer and he machined the adapter to fit it. It arrived when he promised. It's been several years ago but his price was the best I found.


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