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Posted By rpoore Monday, October 21, 2019 3:20 PM
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I’ve got a 66 Pete that’s a toy/hobby truck with a BCII350 in it, the engine is tired and I have a BCII 475 that’s been turned up to 800 hp (at least what I’m told, for what it’s worth) that I’m going to put in the 350’s place. My question is the bell housing on the 350 is the older single bolt ridged mount style. Is this going to be an issue with a hot rod engine? I thought of swapping to the Peterbilt 3 bushing style bell housing from the 359’s. I’ve been told both ways that i will fight it and break the bolt constantly and I should swap to the newer 3 bolt style, but I’ve also been told that the single bolt style I have will be completely fine. What do you guys think?
Thank you,
Ryan

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