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Clutch fork I.D. #2332526
07/06/17 01:57 PM
07/06/17 01:57 PM
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Is this an A body fork?
Just trying to figure out the clutch problems I'm having.

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Re: Clutch fork I.D. [Re: Stroker] #2332544
07/06/17 02:19 PM
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Hard to say for sure from the one picture, but that looks like a 66-up big block B and E body as well as 67-69 BB a body fork. If it is it should be 10 7/8" long. Early A body clutch fork are 10 1/2" long.
You don't say what year A body you have or the engine your running. If its a 68-up small block, I can say its not the correct clutch fork as its too short. Here is a link to brewers sight to help, and they have great information on there website. http://www.brewersperformance.com/products.asp?cat=102
Matt

Last edited by mattsmopars; 07/06/17 02:20 PM.
Re: Clutch fork I.D. [Re: Stroker] #2332621
07/06/17 04:00 PM
07/06/17 04:00 PM
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That one's pretty close to 10 7/8.
I have a '72 B body with a QuickTime bell and Tremec TKO 600. (small block)
I had a place swap trannys and ended up with a bent fork bracket.



Re: Clutch fork I.D. [Re: Stroker] #2332847
07/06/17 11:15 PM
07/06/17 11:15 PM
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It looks like the right one, according to the Brewer's link.
Thanks!









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