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1975 Van 4speed torque shaft Z bar #2869117
01/04/21 10:20 PM
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I have 2 of these identical with the pivot bracket on them. Likely from a 360 as I had a bell housing that had “360 Van” In yellow crayon. Got them is a stack of misc parts.

It has a grease fitting on the tube. Does this look like a Van Z bar? And is there any desirability?

They don’t show these on Brewers site.

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Re: 1975 Van 4speed torque shaft Z bar [Re: NANKET] #2869153
01/04/21 11:47 PM
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Pictures would help a lot.

Re: 1975 Van 4speed torque shaft Z bar [Re: stumpy] #2886817
02/11/21 04:43 PM
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Originally Posted by stumpy
Pictures would help a lot.


Did the pictures help a lot? LOL

Re: 1975 Van 4speed torque shaft Z bar [Re: NANKET] #2887033
02/12/21 02:52 AM
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Probably only fits a small block in a B van between about 1972 - 1979. The B van's changed the frames in 80 or 81, I believe. Gene







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