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Re: Weird MoPar interchangability..... [Re: Pacnorthcuda] #23434
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When I had my 1934 Dodge, 60s-up Mopar steel wheels fit perfectly. A 1965 B-body rear also fit nicely inside the fenders with just a perch move.

Re: Weird MoPar interchangability..... [Re: Pacnorthcuda] #23435
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The speed-warning device in the passenger seat of a 70 'Cuda telling the driver to slow down can be installed in other cars with the exact same functionality.




didn't know about that option exist

Re: Weird MoPar interchangability..... [Re: NachoRT74] #23436
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The speed-warning device in the passenger seat of a 70 'Cuda telling the driver to slow down can be installed in other cars with the exact same functionality.




didn't know about that option exist



You're obviously not married....

Re: Weird MoPar interchangability..... [Re: GoodysGotaCuda] #23437
12/05/09 01:46 PM
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don't know if this is common knowledge,but '67 4 piston calibers,are used on mustang 2's up here and a whole lot cheaper than my mopar parts guy!

Re: Weird MoPar interchangability..... [Re: Commando1] #23438
12/05/09 02:43 PM
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The speed-warning device in the passenger seat of a 70 'Cuda telling the driver to slow down can be installed in other cars with the exact same functionality.




didn't know about that option exist



You're obviously not married....




LOL... not, and not even living in USA. beside that E bodies weren't assemblied down here. How is coded on tag/buildsheet ?

Re: Weird MoPar interchangability..... [Re: NachoRT74] #23439
12/05/09 06:59 PM
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The speed-warning device in the passenger seat of a 70 'Cuda telling the driver to slow down can be installed in other cars with the exact same functionality.




didn't know about that option exist



You're obviously not married....




LOL... not, and not even living in USA. beside that E bodies weren't assemblied down here. How is coded on tag/buildsheet ?



That would be MRS. For export to Latin America, SRA.

Re: Weird MoPar interchangability..... [Re: FM3_1970] #23440
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Here is a good one and when you think about it someone knew we were going to do this--A 70 A833 with smallblock bell housing will bolt right up to a 2006 5.7 Hemi and will go right in to a 70 Duster--Just finished this & It still freaks me out that this was a NO-SWEAT install--Swifter


2007 Ram 2500 Cummins 2008 Dodge Nitro 1970 340 Valiant Duster
Re: Weird MoPar interchangability..... [Re: CrAzYMoPaRGuY] #23441
12/05/09 11:45 PM
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The latch hardware for 68-70 B-body coupe popout rear windows is the same as that used on the 70-75 A-bodies with popout rear windows.

Re: Weird MoPar interchangability..... [Re: Greg55_99] #23442
12/06/09 01:18 AM
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Ummm.... Bellhousing from 96-00 2.5L Dakota fits Chevrolet LS4....

Ok, I'm done...

Greg







I'm not suprised considering GM has manufactured a lot of transmissions for Chrysler.

Re: Weird MoPar interchangability..... [Re: swifter] #23443
12/06/09 06:59 AM
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Here is a good one and when you think about it someone knew we were going to do this--A 70 A833 with smallblock bell housing will bolt right up to a 2006 5.7 Hemi and will go right in to a 70 Duster--Just finished this & It still freaks me out that this was a NO-SWEAT install--Swifter




good tech to know! did I miss a thread about the install?


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Re: Weird MoPar interchangability..... [Re: GoodysGotaCuda] #23444
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front end off my 70 dart will bolt
on my 75 duster perfect fit
so does the pass and drivers doors
now i can have wing windows on my duster??

Re: Weird MoPar interchangability..... [Re: dennismopar73] #23445
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I think the doors will not match the dusters pillars....

Re: Weird MoPar interchangability..... [Re: buildanother] #23446
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yes they do
perfectly as a matter of fact!!!
just gives you a wing window!!

Re: Weird MoPar interchangability..... [Re: ixelerate] #23447
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75 ford ltd trunk lock
will work in a 67 dodge coronet trunk lock

Re: Weird MoPar interchangability..... [Re: dennismopar73] #23448
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yes they do
perfectly as a matter of fact!!!
just gives you a wing window!!




I looked at them and thought the windshield was at a different angle.

Re: Weird MoPar interchangability..... [Re: Rug_Trucker] #23449
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Not sure how it will be in the water leak department.....

Re: Weird MoPar interchangability..... [Re: buildanother] #23450
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.040 over 360 file fit piston rings are the same as standard 340 rings only a LOT cheaper.

Re: Weird MoPar interchangability..... [Re: JonC] #23451
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.040 over 360 file fit piston rings are the same as standard 340 rings only a LOT cheaper.




I have non file fit 350 Chevy rings in my .040 360.

Re: Weird MoPar interchangability..... [Re: Rug_Trucker] #23452
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When I need rear drums on a FMJ, I order 89 Crown Vics.
They are nicer than the Chrysler replacements.

Re: Weird MoPar interchangability..... [Re: Mopar1] #23453
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I'm not suprised considering GM has manufactured a lot of transmissions for Chrysler.




Such as?

I figure it's the other way around... New Process(Chrysler) made transfer cases for all the big 3 and then some, there was also a version of the OD 833 in Chevies known as the MY6.

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