Posted by Walter Buller on July 19, 2012 at 21:34:51 from (220.127.116.11):
We are putting a 1993 5.9 12v Cummins with an NV 4500 tranny into a Chevy 3500 that originally had a 6.5 in it with an automatic. We had to use a 1994 clutch pack and flywheel because the bell housing is off of a 1994 Cummins. The problem we are having is the inside of the bell housing binding on the pressure plate before the bell housing is flush against the motor. We have tried 1993 clutches, but the same thing happens. The bell housing is now able to touch the motor at the bottom, but stands away from it just a little at the top. We speculated that there may be some kind of an adapter plate that goes there but the Chrysler people didn't say so. Do any of you guys have any idea of what the problem might be?
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